Workshop et conférence : Urban Design & Urban Society : The emergence of urban atmospheres between design practice and social invention, Munich, 6-8 octobre 2011

3ème séminaire du Réseau International Ambiances

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Thursday, Oct. 6th

14:00 . Henry Torgue (Cresson, France) Presentation of Cresson Laboratory.
14:15 Session 1 – Designing Atmospheres !?
. Monica Degen (Brunel University, England), Clare Melhuish (Brunel University, England) & Gillian Rose (Open University, England)
Architectural atmospheres, branding and the social: the role of digital visual izing technologies in contemporary architectural practice’.
. Jeppe Trolle Linnet (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Coziness in cafés and shops: The commercial organization of the social.
. John Levack Drever (Unit for Sound Practice Research, Goldsmiths, University of London)
Sanitary Ambiance: a study of current auditory ambiances of public toilets in England.
16:00 Coffee break
16:30 Session 2 – From the Design of Atmospheres to Conceptual Thoughts
. Thomas Dörfler & Carsten Manns (University of Göttingen, Germany)
Atmospheres – a neglected phenomenon of socio-spatial research.
. Achim Hahn (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
How to get into a special mood?
. Theresia Leuenberger (TU Darmstadt, Germany & Rotterdam)
How do buildings shape “urban atmospheres”?
19:30 Dinner (Bavarian Ambiance)

Friday, Oct. 7th

09:00 Session 3 – Designing Security: what about atmospheres?
. Héloïse Pagnac-Baudry (GRECAU, France & LABQUS, Italy), Clara Cardia (LABQUS, Italy) & Catherine Semidor (GRECAU, France)
Crime Prevention through Environmental Design & sustainable urban design.
. Faten Hussein (CERMA, France)
Detection of situations of disabilities faced by presbycusis seniors in urban space via audio textures.
09:45 Coffee break
10:15 . Emmanuelle Lenel (CES/FUSL, Belgium)
Securing a public playing field: The Belgian political device of “neighbour hood contract” as governance of the private environment”.
.Thomas Bürk (Leibniz-Institut für Regionalentwicklung und Strukturplanung, Germany)
`Spaces of fear´ as contingent terms of the urban order.

11:45 Session 4 – Fragmented Cities/Fragmented Atmospheres !?
. Noha Said (CRESSON, France & Ain Shams University, Egypt)
Cairo behind the gates: Studying the sensory configuration of Al-Rehab City.
. Niels Albertsen (Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark)
Atmospheres in the city with/out limits.
13:00 Lunch
15:00 Workshop – Atmospheres in the Digital City
19:30 Dinner (Cool Atmosphere)


Saturday, Oct. 8th
09:00 Session 5 – Resisting bodies: provoking atmospheres
. Christoph Michels (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)
(Up)Setting the rhythm of the creative city. A case study on the aesthetic (re) organization of public spaces.
. Arnaud Hollard (EHESS, ENSag-LMA, France)
Disturbing place and memory: sounds of a transforming city.
. Carsten Friberg (Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark)
Performing Everyday Practices. Reflections on a Bodily Intervention in Urban Places.
10:40 Coffee break
11:10 . Lars Frers (University of Hamburg, Germany)
Sounds of … something. Negotiating noises and voices.
. Anna Juan (Université Jean-Monnet, France) & Íñigo Sánchez (INET, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal)
Resiliences, Concealments and Disruptions in Banalscapes: The Case of Barcelona’s Waterfront.
12:15 Reflections on the Conference
. Jean-Paul Thibaud (CRESSON, France; Ambiances Network Coordinator)
. Rachel Thomas (CRESSON, France),
. Clemens Breuninger (indicatus GbR, Germany)
. N.N.
PM Afternoon Additional Programme
Urban Design Walking Tour

Françoise Acquier

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