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The Urban Development insight informs you about the activities and projects of the Chair of Urban Development and Design and the Institute for Urban Development and European Urbanism at the RWTH Aachen University.
Download städtebau insight Nr. 4 (04/2022) here
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In our fourth issue we again look back on eventful, partly virtual and partly present months. We began the summer semester on target with the exhibition "How will we live together" in the course of the Architecture Biennale in Venice and ended the winter semester successfully with the interim presentation of the "Revierknoten Raum" on the "Integrated Spatial Strategy 2038+". The exhibition of our students on the topic "Aachen 2040+ What if...?" in the STATTWERKSTADT in the OecherLab was also one of our highlights of the last academic year.
Download städtebau insight No. 3 (04/2021)
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We look back on a year full of challenges and great events, such as the opening of our STADTWERKSTATT in the OECHER LAB or the realization of our international conference REAL CORP 2020, which could be held hybrid despite the pandemic. In addition to the Urban Design Colloquium, on the topic of "Mobility and the City", we were also able to successfully establish our series "REVIER_TALKS_RAUM" through digital formats. In addition to all the activities and digital teaching, we are also very pleased to announce that we are involved in a third graduate program - "ACCESS!".
Download städtebau insight No. 2 (05/2020)
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"With this issue, the previous Städtebau Report is continued by städtebau insight in a new "guise". With this annual documentation, we want to inform you about the activities and projects of the Chair of Urban Design and the Institute of Urban Planning and European Urban Studies at RWTH Aachen University.“
Download Städtebau Report No.1 (04/2019)
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In this first issue in summer 2019, we look back on the last months since the arrival of Prof. Christa Reicher at our faculty and at the same time focus on current and upcoming projects in teaching and research.