Symposium #1 LINZ 10/2018: Participation process: architectural competition – contradictions and changes

Individuals, communities, and states have to deal with contradictions every day. Contradictions can be a problem as well as an opportunity. This applies to schools, to architecture, to education, to participation. Ideally, contradictions lead to changes.

That was the focus of the architectural competition participation process, which took place as a PULS + multiplier event on October 22nd and 23rd, 2018 in the Kulturquartier Linz.

The detailed documentation can be found on the Schulraumkultur website.

This event is …


Symposium #2 DÜSSELDORF 11/2019: Building Schools in Urban Areas

Dig in gyms? Schoolyards on roofs? Climbing nets in stairwells? Cities and municipalities face major problems with increasing numbers of pupils. Because in the metropolitan areas there is hardly any space left for school buildings and schoolyards.

On November 13, 2019, we discussed future-oriented and sustainable solutions for school space development under the motto of building schools in urban areas. Experts from Italy, Austria, the Netherlands and Switzerland showed international perspectives on how municipalities can create good learning …


Symposium #3 BASEL 02/2020: From school (re) building to learning space development

All-day structures, educational harmonization and the objectives of an integrative school still make many school conversions or new buildings necessary. The aim of the symposium is to make the dialogue between the actors from architecture, education and administration in learning space development tangible, to enable insights into concrete participation processes and, last but not least, to use the symposium itself for networking.

At the 3rd symposium on February 27 and 28, 2020 in Muttenz, the following questions were examined in …


Symposium #4 BOLZANO 09/2020: School building in rural areas

School building in rural areas: before, during and after the corona crisis

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Especially at the interface of multi-professional cooperation, it is important to clarify options for action and to make a contribution to a more effective interaction of all those involved in a learning network.

The flyer with the program framework and the preliminary composition of the contributors to the symposium can be downloaded here soon.

This event is part of the four-part symposium series LERNEN …