Masterclass workshop “Athens Futures” at NTUA in Athens.
The Garden Gossip installation moved to its final location in the allotment community in Luitpoldpark in Munich. We wish that the platform will contribute to the enjoyment and quality of the park experience. Thanks to all who made this project possible.
The St. Mary’s Church Field Museum has been highly commended at the Archaeological Achievement Awards 2021. Congratulations to clients L-P Archaeology, which were leading this, and everybody that participated making this project a joint success!
The St. Mary’s Church Field Museum has been nominated for the Archaeological Achievement Awards 2021. How exciting! Winners will be announced on 7th December at an awards ceremony at Edinburgh Castle.
The public art installation Garden Gossip is now active and can be visited on Nordhaideplatz in Munich until 13.07.2021.
zectorarchitects have assembled a multidisciplinary team to jointly work on the realisation of a temporary public art installation in Munich in 2021.
The Redundant City research project and book publication received the Dr. Marschall-Preis 2020 at the TUM Faculty of Architecture.
*** Carsten Jungfer and Norbert Kling receive the Munich Architecture Award 2020 *** (‘Förderpreise der Landeshauptstadt München’, Kategorie Architektur). The award is granted every other year in the categories fine art, architecture, design, photography and jewellery.
We realised the Zaunbank in connection with our nomination for the Munich Architecture Award 2020 has now moved from the exhibition space to its new green home at the allotment garden. It happily awaits your visit at Kleingartenanlage München Nord-Ost 17 “Donau-Neuland”, Schreberweg, next to garden 35.
Thu 5 March 7-9pm Exhibition Opening
The Munich Architecture Award 2020 Exhibition (Förderpreis Architektur) showcases zectorarchitects’ Zaunbank installation together with the Dalston Projects.
Exhibition 6 March to 17 May 2020, Lothringer13_Halle, Lothringerstrassse 13, 81667 München.
UEL Architecture Showcase 2019: Students from Degree unit A at the University of East London are exhibiting their building proposals and urban strategies for Ridley Road Market study area. Exhibition open Thu 13 – Fri 29 June 2019, weekdays 10-6pm, weekends 10-4pm | AVA Building, Docklands Campus, 4-6 University Way, London E16 2RD, DLR Cyrpus Station
We have obtained planning permission for a commercial mixed-use scheme with meanwhile uses including a micro brewery, bakery school and open air event space etc. for clients Bootstrap Charity at their Bootyard in Dalston, Hackney. More info here
NEUE HEIMAT (1950–1982). A Social Democratic Utopia and Its Buildings
Exhibition about the largest non-state housing corporation in post-war Europe. February 28 – May 19, 2019, Opening: February 27, 2019, 7 p.m. at Architekturmuseum TUM. Curated by Hilde Strobl.
Norbert has co-authored an essay for the exhibition catalogue. The text draws a comparison between two NEUE HEIMAT housing estates and their divergent trajectories of change.
UEL Architecture Showcase 2018: Students from Degree unit A at the University of East London will exhibit building proposals and urban strategies for their Dalston project sites. Private view Thu 14 June from 6pm | Public view 15 – 29 June 2018, weekdays 10-6pm, weekends 11-6pm | Docklands Campus, 4-6 University Way, London E16 2RD
Porous City – From Metaphor to Urban Agenda
Conference and Book Launch Design and Regional Planning
15. and 16. März 2018
Mucca munich centre for community arts
Kreativquartier Schwere-Reiter-Straße 2
Construction work has started on the public realm improvements for Kavalierstrasse in Dessau. Following winning first prize at Europan 10 competition we were commissioned by the city of Dessau to produce the overall design concept and masterplan for a 500m long streetscape redevelopment of central Dessau (see image on right). The public realm scheme comprises of a sequence of public spaces with flexible areas to attract a multiplicity of activities, improved pedestrian crossings and cycling infrastructure, a new public transport interchange (tram & bus) alongside general reduction of vehicular traffic. Construction is currently scheduled to be completed by the end of 2018.
Urban design at TUM: Norbert is co-teaching a design studio this summer, that engages in multi-scalar investigations of the ‘urban quarter’ by working with a study area North-East of Munichs’ centre.
Third Oikonet Conference, Global Dwelling: Sustainability – Design – Participation. Norbert presents a paper “Understanding change: tracing transformative interactions in a large commonhold-type housing estate”. Manchester 23 September 2016
UEL Architecture Showcase 2016: Degree unit A will exhibit design proposals for sites across the Tottenham Marshes at the University of East London. Private view Thu 16 June | Public view 17 June – 1 July 2016 | Docklands Campus, 4-6 University Way, London E16 2RD
Planning consent was obtained for a two storey extension to an end of terrace of the Beckers estate in Hackney, designed by Frederick Gibberd in 1958
Urban design at TUM: Norbert is co-teaching a design studio that engages with a disused tram interchange, busy traffic junction and adjacent urban areas in Munich’s souteastern district of Obersendling.
Making week at Central St Martins Carsten Jungfer together with Keita Tajima invited to supervise a one week design workshop in digital manufacturing.