Fluss Lauf Sonderedition: Ein diskursiver Stadtspaziergang

Fluss Bad Berlin e.V. info@flussbad-berlin.de 030555744530 flussbad-berlin.de deutsch Am Kupfergraben, 10117 Berlin
For the Open Monument Day on Sun, Sept. 10, 2023, FLUSS BAD BERLIN is again offering a River Run special ... Fluss Lauf Sonderedition: Ein diskursiver Stadtspaziergang
Fluss Lauf, Tag des ├Âffentlichen Denkmals, ├Âffentlicher Spaziergang durch das Projektgebiet von Fluss Bad Berlin, Gespr├Ąch zwischen Charlotte Hopf (Vorst├Ąndin des Flussbad Berlin e.V.) und Luise Rellensmann (Professorin f├╝r Bauen im Bestand, Denkmalpflege und Bauaufnahme an der Hochschule M├╝nchen), Berlin, 11.9.22

This is a walk that runs mostly through barrier-free territory.

Arrival to the starting point: U-Bhf. Museumsinsel / Tram M1, M12


Run through urban backdrop, corresponding to city noise and natural light conditions to be assumed.

At the end of the tour there is a possibility to stop in the river Bad Garten, where drinks can be purchased at a kiosk.

The content of the event is not designed for children.

We wish to treat each other with consideration and solidarity. All information about the awareness concept can be found here https://www.urbanepraxis.berlin/awareness/
You can reach our awareness team of the practice week at the operating times under: +49 157 53 55 41 96 and on site at Mehringpl

For the Open Monument Day on Sun, Sept. 10, 2023, FLUSS BAD BERLIN is again offering a River Run special edition through the project area.
In 2021, the waterways around the Spree Island, including the bridges, locks and embankments, were placed under monument protection. Within this area is also the project area of Fluss Bad Berlin. As an urban development project funded by the federal and state governments, Fluss Bad Berlin aims to make the Spree Canal usable and swimmable as a public space. To this end, the Spree Canal and some of its banks have already been designated as an urban redevelopment area by the Berlin Senate in 2019.

A discursive walk will explore parts of the large-scale protected urban area, identify points of contact with the Fluss Bad Berlin project, and discuss strategies for reconciling historic preservation concerns, sustainable urban development, and future viability. There will be a documentation of the event in sound and picture, afterwards a podcast will be published for re-listening.

Together with: Charlotte Hopf (architect and board member Flussbad Berlin e.V.) and Ulrike Berger (ProDenkmal GmbH Projektierungsgesellschaft f├╝r Denkmalpflege)

Meeting place:

11 Uhr Monbijoubr├╝cke in front of Bodemuseum (Am Kupfergraben, 10117 Berlin)

Registration required, via email to: info@flussbad-berlin.de

Note:Last year, a river run was already held on the occasion of the Open Monument Day. The River Run was recorded as a podcast and is now available as a podcast on Apple Podcast and Spotify.


Organization / Initiative:

Fluss Bad Berlin