LIN placed as a finalist in the competition for a new residential redevelopment “Ilot de l’Octroi” in the city of Rennes, France.
31. October 2016 - 14:05read more
On the 4th of November, Finn Geipel is giving a lecture at the conference "Mit System nach oben - Stadtquartiere modular erhöhen - verdichten - weiterbauen“ organized by the WBM Wohnungsbaugesellschaft Berlin-Mitte mbH.
The final master plan “Sevran Terre d’Avenir” has been presented at the “La Maison de l'architecture en Île-de-France” in Paris last week.
24. October 2016 - 15:48read more
The ambition of the project is to accomplish a new centrality for “Grand Paris” in Sevran, the area in the immediate vicinity of the big economic poles of Roissy-Le Blanc Mesnil Bourget and Marne-la-Vallée.
LIN wins a competition for redensification of a residential neighbourhood in Munich (with Holzwarth Landscape).
24. October 2016 - 16:03read more
In the competition “Appenzeller Straße” prizes were awarded in two categories: urban planning, where LIN is one of the four equal winners, and architecture, where LIN placed as one of the three equal winners.
John Klepel in a lecture on „Dichte als abstrakte Größe“ at the event „Urbanität durch Dichte - revisited? Paradigmenwechsel hin zu Verdichtung und Wachstum“ organized by the urban colloquium of the TU Dortmund.
24. October 2016 - 16:05read more
Date: Friday October 25, 2016 at 6.00 p.m.
Location: Technical University Dortmund, Rudolf Chaudoire Pavillon, Campus Süd, Baroper Straße 297
Finn Geipel as part of the team „Mobile Structures“ at the Excellence Cluster „Image Knowledge Gestaltung. An Interdisciplinary Laboratory“ has developed the project Raummaschine for the exhibition +ultra. gestaltung schafft wissen. The Raummaschine is a tool, an experimental set-up that enables the investigation and visualisation of space and movement. The interaction of body and space can be felt on various levels. Museum visitors are able to experience specific spatial situations and create their own scenarios at varying intervals. Space can be altered through the simple action of a finger on a touch pad. The virtual becomes reality.