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ECOSISTEMA URBANO - Looking through ecosistema urbano eyes - Exhibition in the DAZ, Berlin

Press release from: German Center for Architecture DAZ / Deutsches Architektur Zentrum

ecosistema urbano’s name is program: Their projects combine architecture, urbanism, engineering and sociology to strive for a ‘creative urban sustainability’. The focus of their work is on the complex phenomenon of the city, which they react to (or activate) through innovative, creative and holistic interventions. The interdisciplinary office from Madrid is an international consultant on sustainable urban development for cities and regions. Public space is thereby a central issue: ecosistema urbano catalyses urban processes that help citizens to change their own environment through proactive interventions.

The work of ecosistema urbano defines new boundaries of the profession of architecture and urban planning: They are moderators, develop strategies, systems and social media interfaces for a spurring on urbanity. With their own social network, blog and web-TV, ecosistema urbano offers various platforms to bring people together and to share knowledge about sustainable urban development and ideas for the city.

Designing processes and situations where the relations between people can be optimized is ecosistema urbano’s key to a successful project. Their exhibition at the DAZ will visualize, through a classical 3D optical system, the process and strategies for a selection of recent works.

EXHIBITION: 19.11.2010 – 16.01.2011 // DAZ Scharoun Saal
Tue to Fri 12.00 am - 7.00 pm, Sat + Sun 2.00 pm - 7.00 pm
Admission: 3,00 EUR / reduced 1,50 EUR
Free admission on the 1st Sunday of every month and during events.

OPENING: 18.11.2010
7.00 pm, Lecture // DAZ Taut Saal
ECOSISTEMA URBANO Urban Social Design
Introduction: Kristien Ring, Director DAZ, Curator FORMULA_X
8.00 pm, Opening Party // DAZ Scharoun Saal

Architecture is our passion: The German Center for Architecture, DAZ, is dedicated to the promotion of architecture and building culture, and utilizes the media of exhibitions, events and publications. With our program, we aim to build bridges between architectural professionals, building industries, clients, policy makers and the interested public on a regional, national and international level.

Deutsches Architektur Zentrum
Cornelia Schwarte (PR)
Köpenicker Straße 48/49
10179 Berlin

Tel. +49 30 27 87 99 -28
pr@daz.de

www.daz.de

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