06 Dec 2021
18:15  - 19:45

Location:
Please register for in-person participation until 5.12.2021 via eikones@unibas.ch. Limited seats. Register for Zoom link (see below).

Organizer:
Anna Vallye, Nomis-Fellow

Öffentliche Veranstaltung

NOMIS-Lecture - Schema, Ordnung, Organismus: On the Visuality of Urban Planning Concepts in Weimar Era Germany.

Concept by Anna Vallye, NOMIS-Fellow.

Poster

Abstract
City planning emerged in the 1870s as a field of knowledge and practice at the intersections of architecture, engineering, the social sciences, and urban administration. In the first decades of the twentieth century, the young discipline negotiated expanding territorial scales, from metropolitan extensions to regional settlement, against the background of fundamental state-political reinvention. This talk explores the concepts and images used by German planners to frame a project of active socio-spatial shaping of their changing world.

Please register for in-person participation until 5.12.2021 via eikones@clutterunibas.ch. Limited seats.

Register here for Zoom link.

The event will be held in accordance with the Corona measures at the University of Basel, valid Covid-certificate and mask required. 

 

 

 


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