What do your spatial and architectural ideas, visions and expectations for Berlin look like? A letter by Prof. Vanessa Miriam Carlow addressing ideas and visions on the future of Berlin addressed to the Governing Mayor of Berlin will be part of the upcoming DAZ exhibition „Letters to the Mayor: Berlin“.

As part of a global exhibition project, the DAZ, together with Storefront for Art and Architecture from New York, has invited 100 international architects and city stakeholders to formulate their ideas for a sustainable Berlin worth living in and to address them directly to the government.

What do your spatial and architectural ideas, visions and expectations for Berlin look like? What social and urban challenges could Berlin better meet through greater interaction between politics and design, and what political framework conditions are needed to achieve this? In view of the tense situation on the housing market, how should Berlin develop further and remain affordable? How can high expectations of the social and sustainable development of the city be fulfilled or what role do changing working environments play in this?

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These letters with suggestions for a livable, sustainable Berlin will be officially handed over to the Governing Mayor Michael Müller at the opening on November 15, 2019 at DAZ and he will discuss individual letter topics with Matthias Böttger, DAZ.

Vernissage at DAZ: 15.11.2019, 7 pm with Michael Müller, Governing Mayor of Berlin

Exhibition: 16.11. 2019 – 2.2.2020, wed – sun 3 – 8 pm

More information on the following links:

http://www.daz.de/de/letters-to-the-mayor-berlin/

http://www.daz.de/en/letters-to-the-mayor-berlin-2/