the project BHROX
bauhaus reuse, Ernst-Reuter-Platz, Berlin
BHROX bauhaus reuse at Ernst Reuter Platz, Berlin, 2019, © zukunftsgeraeusche
The bauhaus reuse (BHROX) on the central island of the Ernst-Reuter-Platz in Berlin is a new, public center and city laboratory for transdisciplinary education, research and participation.
In the coming years, the program BHROX will focus on discourse, practice and performative projects with the topics: modern society, politics and building culture, housing, sustainable urban development and recycling society as well as the future of education and work. The glass construction consists of reused façade elements from the Bauhaus Dessau, which originated from its great postwar reconstruction of 1976.
The concept bauhaus reuse stands for the reuse and further thinking from a material and socio-cultural perspective: an examination of methods of interpretation and dealing with the heritage , the mission statements and narratives of modernity.
A focal point, starting in 2019 with the re: bauhaus festival, is the theme of social emancipation and political conditions in the context of Bauhaus and functionalist modernity, in transnational exchange, with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe. Further program focuses in 2019 are: the festival headquarters of the Bauhaus Week Berlin and in planning for the Triennale der Moderne 2019 in Berlin.
Supporters & / Program Partners: Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, IKEA Foundation, Federal Agency for Civic Education, Berlin Chamber of Architects, Goethe Institut, Federal Foundation for Building Culture, German Czech Future Fund, Center for Large Housing, Joanes Foundation, curatorial collaborative, National Gallery Prague, PLATO Ostrava, Cologne Games Lab , Bildungsverein Bautechnik uvaSponsoren: DLW Gerflor, Tremco Illbruck, PohlCon, Warema, MAPEI, Dr. med. Schutz Group, ASIX et al.