Discussion „Landschaft unter Druck"

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On 18 April 2023, Prof. Regine Keller will take part in the panel discussion "Landschaft unter Druck - Siedlungsbau und Flächenverbrauch" at the Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste. Other participants are Holger Magel, Florian Nagler, Beate Rutkowski, Sören Schöbel and Max von Bredlow, the discussion will be moderated by Julia Hinderink.

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Residential construction in Bavaria is considered the front-runner in terms of soil sealing, even ahead of commercial areas, especially in the countryside, if one looks at the average per capita sealing: the range here is from 73 m² per inhabitant in Munich to 3,200 m², the highest value in a rural municipality.
Against the backdrop of climate change alone and the goal of becoming climate-neutral, the question arises as to whether settlement and single-family house construction, as is still common in many rural communities today, is still responsible, also because of the associated infrastructure measures and mobility issues. The panel discussion will therefore discuss possible solutions. What architectural and social models are available to the municipalities in view of the fact that most of these "settlement areas" profoundly change the structural and social structure of the villages and thus also the cultural landscape in a comprehensive sense.

Welcome: Andreas Kühne

Introduction: Wilhelm Christoph Warning

A cooperation with the Bayerische Akademie Ländlicher Raum e.V. and the Deutscher Werkbund Bayern e.V.

Venue: Bayerische Akademie der Schönen Künste, Max-Joseph-Platz 3, 80539 Munich
Start: 19:00 h

Admission to the event is free, registration is not required.