JÖRG SCHRÖDER

Arquitecto y Planificador Urbano. Decano de Investigación en la Facultad de Arquitectura y Paisajismo Universidad de Hannover

perfiles en rrss y web

Breve C.V.:

 

Jörg Schröder, Universidad de Hannover. Arquitecto y Planificador Urbano; profesor titular y director del Instituto de Diseño y Planificación Urbana de LUH. Decano de Investigación en la Facultad de Arquitectura y Paisajismo, comité directivo para los programas de Licenciatura en Arquitectura y Máster en Arquitectura y Diseño Urbano. Investigación y Docencia en planificación urbana para la transición sostenible y la resiliencia, economía circular e investigación en diseño. Miembro del comité consultivo de Network Building Culture en la Baja Sajonia. Experiencia en proyectos internacionales de I+D financiados por la Unión Europea (RURBANCE, AlpBC) y por la Fundación Volksvagen (Patrimonio Creativo), y grandes proyectos nacionales de tipo transdisciplinario (Regiobranding). Coordinador de proyectos internacionales como el CREATIVE FOOD CYCLES. (Programa Europeo creativo 2018-20) y COSMOPOLITAN HABITAT (DAAD 2020).

«Medways – Circular Territories»

SECTION: Social Innovation, Heritage and Territorial Development. Experiences and sustainability of rural areas and urban needs. Creativity and innovation.

Urban transformation is seen as important field and motor to reach objectives of resilience in Climate Change and to trigger transition to sustainability. However, a perspective addressing circularity for fluid, dynamic, and robust territorial innovation is not yet highlighted in research and in public debate. Research into Circular Territories starts from the concept of circular economy, targeting a regenerative outset and to decouple growth from finite resource consumption. New models of interaction between material, energetic, cultural, educational, and economic factors can lead research on living spaces towards sharpening their role not only as challenging stages where to implement quantitative targets, but as active communities and places: to invent, experiment, and cherish new ways of life and new qualities of living spaces in the transition towards resilience. This focus contributes to social inclusion and economic perspectives that can be opened-up through sustainable transformation. The research into Circular Territories examines dynamic effects and dependencies between circular economy and territorial innovation. It targets mechanisms and paradigms developed through creative concepts and practices that can support to reshape territorial spatial, organisational, legal, and economic frameworks. As part of the research platform Medways at the Accademia dei Lincei, the aim is to show that Mediterranean culture can be used as important resource to develop pathways towards Circular Territories—and, in particular, to shape territorial innovation as cultural process involving behaviours, values, interactions, expressions, experiences, and a new material culture. For this, referring to the initiative New European Bauhaus, technologies and digitalisation need to be aggregated with spatial, social, and cultural inventiveness to co-create innovation for cities and territories.

SECCIÓN: Innovación social, Patrimonio y Desarrollo Territorial. Experiencias de Sostenibilidad urbano-rural, creatividad e innovación.

Copy link