Bauhaus 4.0 meets Social & Culture Design

Author: Julia Kahl

Does learning from Bauhaus mean helping to create a society with relish by design? How can a new solidarity mean everyone? How do we move from self-optimization to collaboration? How can sustainability be ecological and social at the same time … and at the same time sexy? Isn’t the design of (residential) spaces only conceivable in the future in a participatory way?

At the panel discussion on 6 June 2019 in Hemmingen near Hanover, Germany, we will discuss the socially shaping potential of design in times of digitalization in a pointed and provocative manner. Among others with the architect Alexander Grünenwald, the managing director of the German Cultural Council Olaf Zimmermann and the curator of the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Jolanthe Kugler. Special guest is Dorothee Weinlich, Professor for interdisciplinary design basics at the Hanover University of Applied Sciences and Arts. Moderation: Boris Kochan and Ulrich Müller.

An evening on a small scale for designers, clients and people interested in design in the paper warehouse of vph GmbH & Co. KG – we would like to discuss this with you! Hosted by the German Werkbund, the welcoming address will be given by the Chairman of the Board of Werkbund Nord, Franz Betz.

Thursday, June 6, 2019 | 18:30 | Hemmingen/Hannover
In the paper warehouse of vph GmbH & Co. KG
Gutenbergstraße 4, 30966 Hemmingen, Germany

Tickets: doo.net
More information: designtag.org

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