Territorial Design and Urban Planning

Territorial Design and Urban Planning

Prof. Jörg Schröder

Creative Food Cycles I European Project

Creative Food Cycles aims for an active role of architecture, urban planning, and design for resilient urban food cycles. The project combines research with experimental prototyping, cultural actions und with a dialogue with society. Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union 2018–20, the project is coordinated by the Institute of Urban Design and Planning of Leibniz University Hannover, Prof. Jörg Schröder, and performed in cooperation with the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia and the Department of Architecture and Design of the University of Genoa.

Schröder J, Sommariva E, Sposito S, eds. (2020) Creative Food Cycles - Book 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.15488/10074

Schröder J, Sommariva E, Sposito S, eds. (2020) Creative Food Cycles - Book 2. DOI: https://doi.org/10.15488/10298

Markoupoulou A, Farinea C, Ciccone F, Margengo M, eds. (2019) Food Interactions Catalogue.

Cosmopolitan Habitat I International Research Dialogue

Cosmopolitan Habitat is a dialogue for a new paradigm in urbanism between Germany and Southern Europe: conceptual models, urban strategies and spatial practices of the Open and Inclusive City. As international dialogue towards a new urbanistic paradigm and operative actions, the Cosmopolitan Habitat, aims to sharpen our understanding of current innovations in urban policies and urban planning. In the last years, innovative approaches to respond to the challenges of migration, climate change, and of openness in focus on cities have been developed in Southern Europe and in Germany. Combined with the aim to strengthen urban economies and to make cities and their territorial networks again places of shared and com- mon futures, this led to new sorts of urban strategies and new ways to co-create urban change.