Lehr- und Forschungsprogramm Urban Design, Hafencity Universität Hamburg
Max Hoffmann GmbH & Co. KG
The master class with Momoyo Kaijima reopened a dialogue between people interested in architecture and metropolitan development and acted as a productive platform to exchange and further develop existing skills and knowledge. It was not so much a question of developing traditional solutions, but rather of discussing diverse questions and possibilities together with students, teachers and guests. Finally, we would like to thank all those involved for their contributions and hope you enjoy reading this publication.
Visiting Professor 2018
Momoyo Kaijima, Atelier Bow-Wow
Atrium Radio Crew
Amir Mohammad Alinaghian, Karina Alvia Morales, Isabella Biermann, Sophia Grabow, Angie Chen, Xin Cheng, Julia Marie Englert, Nils Koepfer, Jan-Kristof Nemeth, Maria-Monica Maxim, Nate Powell, Samuele Tirendi, Kastania Waldmüller, Yang Yang
Atelier Bow-Wow is a Tokyo-based firm founded in 1992 by Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Momoyo Kaijima. Their practice is based on the theory of »behaviorology«. The practice has designed and built houses and public spaces in Japan, Europe, and the United States. Tsukamoto is professor of architecture at Tokyo Institute of Technology; Kaijima is associate professor of architecture at ETH Zürich, and Tsukuba University.
Max Hoffmann GmbH & Co. KG
Since the foundation in 1908, Max Hoffmann Construction Services has continuously contributed to the varied image of Hamburg‘s districts with interest in high-quality buildings. Yesterday, as today, the company is concerned both with the sustainable densification of urban areas and the building of overall urban plannings in the greater Hamburg metropolitan region. The modernisation of existing building structures, inner city and suburban housing units and the restoration of historic buildings round off the extensive range of services offered by the Altona-based family business. In addition to a large number of sophisticated residential, commercial and special buildings, Max Hoffmann Construction Services has also realised numerous public buildings in the past and present days.
Contributors from HCU
Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Kniess, Prof. Christoph Heinemann, Dominique Peck, Marieke Behne, Torben Körschkes, Leonie Kümpers, Lisa Marie Zander
We would like to thank Christian Roggenbuck for his persistent support in teaching, research and practice and Momoyo Kaijima and all employees of the HCU Hamburg involved in the masterclass Atrium Behaviorology for making this format possible. Special thanks go to Mona Mahall, Björge Köhler and all other participants for their work at Testing University. Further information can be found at http://hafencity-lectures.de/. Please pay attention to the plants.