Flüchtiges Zuhause

Temporary rooms

How does temporary architecture differ from permanent architecture? What connects it with mobility and flexibility? How do we want, should and must we organise ourselves spatially to integrate people in need of space in Europe, Switzerland and the Basel region? Are there alternatives to temporary forms of construction?

The world and the people living in it are in great movement. According to UNHCR are the first time since the Second World War more than 50 million people fleeing abroad or living as displaced persons in their own country. For 2016, the figures will be even more dramatic. Asylum and job seekers, hungry and displaced people to leave their homes and are forced to temporarily set up in shelters. We have not only a humanitarian refugee problem but also an acute housing problem, which is now increasingly entering the public debate.

Temporary types we already know for a long time, for example, as everyday dwellings of nomadic peoples, as expedition accommodation, as an emergency shelter following natural disasters, as a room extension when space is limited or as temporary locations for special religious events (eg. Kumbh Mela, India). The temporary architecture has established itself as a building type, but also the permanent architecture is volatile. Mobile, flexible and temporary structures proliferate in the urban fabric or in nature.

How temporary architecture differs from the permanent architecture? What unites them with mobility and flexibility? How want to and we must organize spatially to space needy people in Europe, Switzerland and the Basel region to integrate with us? Are there alternatives to the temporary designs?

Installation
Ausstellung der Harvard University, South Asia Institute, Cambridge 'Kumbh Mela. The Ephemeral Megacity'. Ein Forschungsprojekt der Harvard University zur grössten temporären Stadt der Welt für 80 Millionen Besucher.
IKEA Refugee Shelter mit Porträts von Flüchtenden und Eindrücken aus Lagern. 

Sponsors
die Veranstaltungsreihe findet statt mit freundlicher Unterstützung von 'CMS Christoph Merian Stiftung', 'Swisslos Basel-Landschaft', 'Swisslos Fonds Basel-Stadt', 'The South Asia Institute of Harvard University'.

Veranstaltungen zu diesem Projekt

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.1 06.04.2016 18:00

Uli Schmid, UN World Food Programme, Senior Expert, Humanitarian Action Program, Innovation and ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.2 13.04.2016 18:00

Farrokh Derakhshani, Director Aga Khan Awards for Architecture, Genf
'Architecture for ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.3 20.04.2016 18:00

Kay Strasser, Dipl. Dipl.-Ing., Haiti team volunteer, Architecture for Humanity, Wien
'From ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.4 27.04.2016 18:00

Beat Presser, Fotograf, Basel, Berlin
'Temporäre Welten - ein Leben unterwegs'

BEAT ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.5 11.05.2016 18:00

Daniel Fuhrhop, Architekt, Autor, Verleger, Oldenburg
'Verbietet das Bauen - Platz für ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.6 25.05.2016 18:00

Pascal Schwarz, Stv. Chef Stabsbereich Bundeszentren
'Unterbringung von Asylsuchenden in ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.7 30.05.2016 18:00

Rahul Mehrotra, Architect and Urban Planer, Mumbai, Boston
'Kumbh Mela Mapping the Ephemeral ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.8 01.06.2016 18:00

John van Leer, Engineer and Industrial Designer, Better Shelter, Stockholm
'Better Shelters ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.9 08.06.2016 18:00

Max Schwitalla, Dipl. Architekt ETH, Studio Schwitalla, Berlin
'Urbanes Regal - Wohnhaus für ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.10 15.06.2016 18:00

Andres Bosshard, Klangkünstler und Musiker, Zürich
'Flüchtige Klangwelten'
 

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.11 22.06.2016 18:00

Ruth Berktold, Prof., Yes Architecture, München, New York
'Y.ESCAPE - Integrative ...

Flüchtiges Zuhause No.12 29.06.2016 18:00

Regula Küng, Kantons- und Stadtentwicklung Basel-Stadt, Leiterin Fachstelle ...