2. Prof. Alexandra Ranner »Bildraumgrenzen« by Hybrid Plattform published on 2017-05-15T10:52:32Z Designing space is a key task in art and technology. It spans sketching, plan drafting, creative designing and technical construction, as well as the material realization. The resulting space can be physical or mathematical, social or cultural, or simply room for possibility. Inasmuch as that’s the case, designed space encompasses objects, cities, landscapes and beyond to products services and interfaces. Not only our technical tools allow us to push the boundaries of spatial design; the boundary shift also got to do with fundamentally new digital strategies in science, art and technology. What kind of new spaces open up here? How are they created? What holds the future of spatial design? Following speakers will address the topic (lectures in German language): “City. Space. Economy. Design.” Prof. Jörg Stollmann TU Berlin | Urban Design and Urbanization “Image space borders” Prof. Alexandra Ranner UdK Berlin | Spatial and Sculptural Design “LIGHT ROOM Designing with daylighting” Dr. Martine Knoop TU Berlin | Lighting Technology “Designing indoor climate” Prof. Dr. Christoph Nytsch-Geusen UdK Berlin | Building Physics and Building Services “Public Interiors” Prof. Dr. Matthias Ballestrem TU Berlin | Building Construction and Design The Hybrid Talks aim at promoting mutual inspiration and invite networking. Representatives of different disciplines encounter each other and share their perspectives on the topic "Designing space" through short ten minute presentations. After the presentations we will continue our exchange across individual disciplines in a relaxed atmosphere.