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Make Munich Weird – Ways to a Crazy City

Cities are full of complexity, diversity and contradictions. To ensure that they can also be a source of creativity, innovation and a responsible urban society, they need free space to develop. This is especially important in times of digitalization, because it is changing urban life.

The initiative “Make Munich Weird” calls for spaces and diversity in the city to make Munich different, unplanned, divergent, edgy, lively – and future-proof. It was founded by professors and researchers of the Faculties of Architecture and Management at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and aims to encourage people and institutions from the various sectors of urban society to do crazy things together.

On Wednesday February 26, the initiative invites to a public discussion “Make Munich Weird – Ways to a Crazy City”. Entry is free.

Program: 

Room for creativity = room for innovation. (Keynotes, 6.00-7.00 pm)
Isabell Welpe, Chair of Strategy and Organization at TUM
Thomas Sattelberger, Member of the Bundestag
Christos Chantzaras, Chair for Architectural Informatics at the TUM
Alain Thierstein, Chair for Spatial Development at the TUM

Why Munich needs crazy people/things! (Panel, 7.00-8.00 pm)
Elisabeth Merk, City Planning Councillor of the City of Munich
Dietmar Holzapfel, German oak
Michi Kern, Utopia Munich + The Lovelace

Utopia vs. demolition – On transformation through conversion and activation (Contest, 8.00-8.30 pm)
Daniel Hahn, Alte Utting + Wannda
Thomas Rehn, Chief Construction Director Urban Planner Munich

When:

February 26 from 6 to 8.30 pm

Where:

Utopia Munich
Heßstraße 132
80797 München

Registration for members of the press: presse@tum.de

More information about Make Munich Weird: www.makemunichweird.com

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