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Mach Mann Heim

  1. 1. MACHMANNH E I M 1
  2. 2. MACH MANN H E I M Urban Innovation Platform Empowering Mannheim’s Citizens2
  3. 3. CONTENTI. Mach Mann Heim – Introduction p. 4II. Process of conversion – p. 7Goals and aims for a new urbanutopia – Theoretical background Agents p. 9 Resources p. 10 Governances p . 11III. Urban Innovation Platform – p. 12Methodologies for an openparticipation process 3 Architecture p. 15 Platform p. 18 Urban Participation p. 19 Program p. 22 A d d e d v a l u e – R e t u r n s f o r p. 33 MannheimI V. T i m e l i n e p. 38V . T h e I n t e r n a t i o n a l Te a m p. 40VI. Open Glossary p. 46
  4. 4. I. mach mann heim I ntroduction MACH MANN HEIM is Baracks or other vacant a tactic platform to spaces in Mannheim. nourish the ongoing The Platform is the process of participation digital space where all within the context of the the actors in Mannheim, conversion process of the region but also the ex-military bases in f u r t h e r a w a y, s u c h a s Mannheim. from other countries MACH MANN HEIM proposes to enrich the Why building only process as a conveyor 1000 ideas when between the public we could build a4 administration, local space for all? businesses and citizens initiatives, and in the end involving the whole in Europe can share c i v i l s o c i e t y. their knowledge, experiences but also The proposal foresees build up initiatives three main components, t o g e t h e r, s e a r c h operating on three for collaborations, different levels – the funding and best/worse Space, the Digital practices. Platform and the The program will Program. comprise toolkits to be The Space is meant used during workshops to be an open meeting in the Heim or in the point for the citizens city streets. These will where they can meet, be co-created by MACH discuss, work together MANN HEIM in order to and develop new ideas. foster new participation This space could be the strategies among multi- old Casino in the Turley actor meetings.
  5. 5. A process beeing e c o n o m i c a l l y, socially and All the environmentally Our goal components beneficial for is to are to be create an seen as part Mannheim. open and of the whole inclusive MACH MANN HEIM process of citizens’ and enriched by the participation – that is ongoing contributions e c o n o m i c a l l y, s o c i a l l y all the people involved and environmentally in the process, in the beneficial for Conversion Process and Mannheim’s future in the city of Mannheim. culture – a process through which thousands MACH MANN HEIM of citizens could work finally represents the together to make future urban community Mannheim the best place of Mannheim. to be!!! 5 MACHPUBLIC C I T I Z ENADMINISTRA- MANN I N I T I AT I V E STION H E I MI N I T I AT I V E Sa n d lo c a lbuiss n e sKonversion Vo l k b a d C r e a t i v eDepartment ClusterRegional p l at f orm program Spinelli BaracksCooperation CitizensDepartment AssociationIHKRhein-Neckar University space Ve r e i n Z u k u n f t MetropolregionMVV Creative, organizational guidance of citizen’s empowerment in the process of conversion.
  6. 6. I. mach mann heim so c i a l f utur e6 why A city will be creative if their citizens are creative. Mannheim is currently strategies – in order to facing new challenges in condition an innovative the urban development and responsible of the future vision of citizenship in Mannheim. 2020. A city will be creative if their citizens are The platform proposes creative. the continuous attendance of the A participatory process process – elaborating of involving all agents in prototypes, testing the most creatives ideas ideas, evaluating f o r t h e c i t y.
  7. 7. I I . c o n v e rsio n pro c e ss Can we share citizen innovation to all the social, economical, enviromental sustainability with a Think + Do tank?why The process of M ach M ann H eim 7 conversion in Mannheim connects all existing is a longtime process initiatives in order that has recently started. to strengthen the In this moment it is communication and crucial to question, creation process – not only what the city creative clusters, citizen administration imagines associations, high tech to happen in the future, industries, open minded but also to integrate public. the citizenship into the The platform broadens design and the actual the process by development of their introducing an additional future hometown. “layer” on top of the current participation in Thence how can we Mannheim. constitute an inclusive, participatory process of all urban multiplier – citizens, organizations, companies and the territory?
  8. 8. I I . c o n v e rsio n pro c e ss open partcipation process The platform establishes a win- win strategy in the city development process. The Urban Innovation conversion by inducing a Platform is an open relational collaboration8 laboratory to create of all agents involved. ho w and promote urban innovation. It operates Think and re-think relational, digitally and spatially in order MACH MANN HEIM to establish a win- enables on the one hand win strategy in the city diverse input from the development process outside and offers on the by introducing the other hand the exchange collaborative focus of ideas and input from based on common ideas. internal experts. It understands itself as a place for the creation P rodu c e a n d and expansion of new c o - produ c e urban ideas. The platform proposes to K n owl e d g e s h a ri n g build an urban incubator for innovative, local The platform intends business. Through this to discuss and unfold Mannheim can become conflicts and alliances a city promoting urban in the process of citizen start-ups.
  9. 9. I I . c o n v e rsio n pro c e ss a g e n tsho w 9 MACH MANN HEIM to. An urgent question aims to include all today is therefor how the agents into the we can relate to the detailed definition of other identities. How the future Mannheim – our communities, our including a map of all organizations and our agents and a protocol institutions could build of urban operations. stronger interrelations. Nowadays social “city- scapes” are formed Mapping Mannheim by hybrid identities, agents is one of the by us as individuals first steps to create and also by the n e w, i n n o v a t i v e , u r b a n communities we belong interrelations.
  10. 10. Apart from monetary I I . c o n v e rsio n pro c e ss resources it tends to R E S O U R CE S bring together all kind of resources. ho w10 “Mannheim resources” is it tends to bring together a step within the holistic the visible and the strategy with the purpose invisible resources, to detect all resources such as established available in the city and knowledge, relational make them transparent resources, affective and to the citizens. Apart symbolic resources. from monetary resources
  11. 11. I I . c o n v e rsio n pro c e ss Gov e r n a n c eho w 11 The Urban Innovation The platform widely Platform questions how analyses not only citizen to identify and manage innovation, but also the inter-relational engages with business procedure within the new innovation and promotes system of governance. organizational innovation The laboratory plans to in public administration test and evaluate new in order to establish a methods of governance new overall “urban care”. in relation with the citizens, the public institutions and the private companies.
  12. 12. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m12
  13. 13. Relationalspace incombinationwith virtualspace 13
  14. 14. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m P rodu c tio n within the city – from designing urban voids to situating institutions in public space I n t e r c o n n e c tio n Transfer by14 of strengthening ho w MACH innovation from MANN the cohesion the citizen H E I M between citizen initiatives initiatives, public to the urban institutions and space local business. Cr e a tio n of prototypes for citizens’ empowerment.
  15. 15. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m a r c h it e c tur e A physical, spatial space with a diversity structure as of utilisation – a space representation of the where multiple actions process of Mannheim’s can take place – as for conversion is suggested example an exibition in order to display all space - to show the elaborated and realized process, an atelier - to projects and activities. further develop ideas, Further the architectural a “living room”, to measure is meant to be organise the discussions a contact point and a and workshops and a drop-in center „kitchen“, where citizens An open space a place toho w can get any in Mannheim socialise and 15 informations f o r e v e r y b o d y. e x c h a n g e . A on the process place to think, of Mannheim’s to produce to conversion. Located make the information close to the actual concerning the conversion area it aims process of conversion to link the administrative transparent to the process with the local citizens and to share citizens. It is a visible knowledge. point of reference. The character of the architecture needed is Through this operation an open physical space we are seeking to being able to promote deepen the discussion the “new Mannheim” with all corporative and to widen the use of actors and to increase urban spaces. the qualitative complexity of the An open space in process of conversion. M a n n h e i m f o r e v e r y b o d y. We propose a physical
  16. 16. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m16 a kit c h e n f or p e opl e to so c i a lis e
  17. 17. e x h ibitio n sp a c e to s h ow t h e r e sults o f t h e pro c e ss 17 a t e li e r f ora bi g livi n g worki n groo m f ordis c ussio n s
  18. 18. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m pl a t f or m MACH MANN HEIM We propose a virtual proposes a digital platform consisting platform in order to of both, research and connect all actors of the practice, in the fields18 conversion process. of urban planning, ho w Cities as well as whole project development and regions are nowadays project management, driven and connected transparency and by digital networks. participation, social The ongoing process innovation, crowd- of strengthening the sourcing, gis, open urban network between source, web 2.0 and web Frankfurt and Stuttgart 3.0. is mostly driven by The platform focuses the virtual network on linking projects, between Mannheim and communities, Heidelberg. The region institutions, universities, is already “best-practice” clusters, initiatives in crossing borders and citizens by making on the communal and actions and discussions federal level and has transparent. The just started to cooperate platform serves as a with other cities and neutral zone and as regions along the “Blue an open, participative Banana” on an european area for discussion and level. reflection.
  19. 19. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m U rb a n p a rti c ip a tio nho w 19 For future inhabitants urban New tools and citizens, participation are needed in consumer and we recommend order to open p r o d u c e r, u s e r to develop an the process a n d a c t o r, experimental of urban needs to be and innovative shifted. In planning. process order to enable empowering this essential the citizens in urban shift and to avoid only decision-making. New strategical development tools are needed in order or superficial consulting to open the process we need to shape the of urban planning and participation process enable a participative with emphasis on c o - c r e a t i o n o f t h e c i t y. the empowerment of The relation between Mannheim’s citizens.
  20. 20. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m pro g r a m20
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  22. 22. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m P ro g r a m T oolkit W orks h ops During the first workshop Workshops will be customized toolkit organized for citizens, prototypes were already for local business and produced and prepared for public administration, for specific multi- as well as between and stakeholder meetings. All f o r e a c h o t h e r. F u r t h e r participants will conduct workshops involving the activities suggested children and pupils are in the toolkit creating suggested, integrating new ideas, refining local businesses in processes, and finally order to develop a new22 contributing on diverse p e r c e p t i o n o f t h e c i t y. ho w levels to the process This means to integrate of conversion. A toolkit not only parents but prototype as the result whole families in the of the “Project Space participation process. Workshop” is available on request. The toolkit can The toolkits will be tailored be co-created with representatives of for specific the creative class events. in Mannheim and will be tailored for All the results of the specific events of the workshops will be participation process. exhibited at the Urban Although the toolkits Innovation Platform or at will be customized for the prototypes within the specific events they city showing what people could be used as well for are working on. a diversity of occasions with minor changes.
  23. 23. U rb a n protot y p e s An essential goal is to embrace a multitude of Urban prototypes the different population are being co-created groups in Mannheim who as urban citizen are often excluded of infrastructures in the the participation process c i t y, a p p r o p r i a t i n g a n d (because of language, sustaining public spaces economic resources, in Mannheim. These minorities etc). will serve as prototypes Therefor the information for being tested and will be prepared to evaluated within the be „accessible“ for c i t y. T h e p r o t o t y p e s w i l l everyone by usingho w be used to present the different communication 23 results of the conversion strategies. process in urban space. Furthermore, diverse activities with participants are possible on the spot. An essential goal is to embrace a multitude of the different popoulation groups in Mannheim.
  24. 24. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m P ro g r a m T oolkit24
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  26. 26. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m P ro g r a m w orkshops26
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  28. 28. I I I . r e f ea n nn n ov a tio n P l a t f or m U rb r e i c e s P ro g r a m U rban protot y pe28
  29. 29. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or mP ro g r a mU rban protot y pe 29
  30. 30. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m P ro g r a m U rban protot y pe30
  31. 31. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or mP ro g r a mU rban protot y pe 31
  32. 32. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m P ro g r a m U rban protot y pe The BMW Guggenheim talents in the areas of is an excellent urbanism, architecture, example for a Public- art, design, science, P r i v a t e - PA r t n e r s h i p t e c h n o l o g y, e d u c a t i o n , in combination with a n d s u s t a i n a b i l i t y, t h e business integration. It Lab addresses issues of offers on the one hand contemporary urban life an urban think tank and through programs and on the other hand a public discourse. Its goal c o m m u n i t y c e n t e r. is the exploration of new32 ho w In addition the BMW ideas, experimentation, Guggenheim constitutes and ultimately the a public gathering space. creation of forward- thinking visions for city life. The „Lab“ is a mobile laboratory that travels to cities worldwide. Led by international, interdisciplinary teams of emerging The goal is the exploration of new ideas, experimentation, and ultimately the creation of forward-thinking visions for city life.
  33. 33. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m a dd e d v a lu e Returns for the city metropolitan observatory where citizens can see The circularity of the the whole process. City process makes a win-win will have a program for s i t u a t i o n f o r e v e r y b o d y. applied innovation also As a possible returns we in public administration. can see: Public administration could convert to a For the citizens mediator and facilitator Location-based for citizens that make a experiences of the more cohesive social city development of the and a more integrative citizen science andho w and the MACH MANN sustainable 33 collaborative HE I M h a s j u s t social, network for started !!! economic, and the expanded environmental innovative Mannheim. practices will empower the citizens’ activity For the local and make a creative businesses citizenship. The co- Existing industries (high responsibility process tech, cars, etc) and local will develop more businesses could gain entrepreneurship by the process thanks to with more resources, an empowered creative acceleration of citizenship (=new innovation and relevance ideas for companies), for Mannheim. Better deals from the public administration, For the public connection to other administration businesses in the surrounding with whom Mannheim will have a to collaborate.
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  36. 36. I I I . U rb a n i n n ov a tio n P l a t f or m W h a t i f. . . W h at i f w e st a rt n ow wit h so m e pro g r a m a n d d e v e lop l at e r a h olisti c urb a n i n n ov a tio n36 pl a n f or Mannheim??? w h a t i f w e build a sp a c e f or dis c ussio n s , works h ops , e x h ibitio n s a n d ot h e r a c tiviti e s ? ? ?
  37. 37. w h a t i f spi n e lli would h a v e a n ow n c itiz e n s l a b , g uidi n g t h e p a rti c ip a tio n ? ? ? w h at i f mannheim had an urb a n i n n ov a tio n lab w h at i f e m pow e ri n g MANNHE I M t h e c itiz e n s W O uld c o n tribut e to t h e MACH MANN HE I M propos a l wit h so m e w h at i f t h e bud g e t i n t h e c a si n o i n 37 beginning??? t h e turl e y b a rr a c ks would become the n e w m e e ti n gw h at i f . . . ? ? ? poi n t i n t h e pro c e ss o f c o n v e rsio n ? ? ?
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  40. 40. V . MACH MANN HE I M i n t e r n a tio n a l t e a m superwondergroup STUDIOD3R Connection to Jaro Eiermann creative class in Mannheim Expertise of local/ regional dynamics Local architects Share experience with initiatives in other cities in Europe40 w ho Innovative citizen participation processes in Spain Know-How
  41. 41. Bring European Network of young architects/planners Part of European creative debate Share experience with initiatives in other cities in Europew ho 41 International architectural expertise
  42. 42. V . MACH MANN HE I M i n t e r n a tio n a l t e a m Daniela Patti M.Sc. Arch., doing a postgradual master is an Italian researcher in the in curating and art education Central European Institute at the University of Applied o f Te c h n o l o g y , ( w w w . c e i t . Arts in Vienna. During her at) in Austria, where she is studies she worked in several responsible for the Smart City architectural offices and project implementation and completed internships at citizen involvement. Wulf&Partners, Otterbeck She is also Ph.D. candidate Architekten, Stuttgart and in the TU Wien, Landscape peripheriques architectes, Dept, Lecturer in the Paris. After gaining a diploma Università degli Studi Roma degree in architecture at Tre, Architecture Faculty the University of Stuttgart and Board Member of the in june 2008 she went to Wonderland European Beijing for 4 month to work Architecture Platform, with Synarchitects. Back in responsible for the Project Germay she startet her work Space activities. a t A I T / G K T, a n e d i t o r f o r Wonderland Vienna architectural publications.42 Partner at superwondergroup w ho Esaú Acosta Pérez Co- Mannheim. founder de VIC-Vivero de iniciativasciudadanas Jaro Eiermann is studying and partner de estudio Architecture at the Karlsruhe S I C - e s t u d i o FA M ( 2 0 0 3 ) . I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y . H e Architect for the ETSAM, is also currently working on UPM en 2004. Sociologist by a transdisciniplinary project UNED (2008). Máster en „Quartier Zukunft“ at the Advanced architetcural I n s t i t u t e f o r Te c h n o l o g i c a l projects 2012 by ETSAM Impact Assessment and o n c r i t i t i c i s m a n d t h e o r y. System Analysis. His interest Assitant professor on lies in the virtual domain Carmen Espegel head of within the contemporary city department (2010-2012)He is development. Furthermore he a known lecturer national and is engaged in activities and international and his work is initiatives between Karlsruhe, also publicated all over the Mannheim and beyond. world. Leo Grosswendt Dipl.-Ing. Franziska Bettac (Uni) studied architecture at Dipl.-Ing.(Uni) studied the University of Stuttgart architecture at the University and the State Academy of Art of Stuttgart and the EALR and Design, Stuttgart. M o n t p e l l i e r. S h e i s c u r r e n t l y During his studies he worked
  43. 43. in several architectural Radostina Radulova Dipl.- offices such as Zach Zünd Ing.(Uni) studied at the Architekten Zürich, m.b.a./s. Karlsruhe Institute of and BlocherBlocher- Partners Te c h n o l o g y ( K I T ) a n d t h e Stuttgart. He received Complutense University a scholarship from the (ETSAM), Madrid. She arkelstiftung and graduated received an honours grade with a diploma degree in Architecture from the KIT in architecture from the and got a Degree from the University of Stuttgart. He Center of Applied Cultural works also in the field of Studies, Karlsruhe. After theater and performance. having worked for several In collaboration with artists international offices, such f r o m AT W G i e ß e n , s e v e r a l as Atelier JEAN NOUVEL in performances/installations Paris, KOOPX in Shanghai were set in scene. Partner and VONM in Stuttgart at superwondergroup she is now doing a PhD at Mannheim. the Karlsruhe Institute of Te c h n o l o g y ( K I T ) i n t h e Mauro Gil-Fournier Esquerra Chair for Urban Design Co-founder of VIC-Vivero and Planning. Partner at de iniciativas ciudadanas STUDIOD3R Mannheim. and partner of estudio SIC - e s t u d i o FA M ( 2 0 0 3 ) . A r c h i t e c t Wulf Kramer Dipl.-Ing. for the ETSAM, UPM in (Uni) studied architecture atw ho 2004. Advanced studies of the University of Stuttgart, 43 a r c h i t e c t u r a l p r o j e c t ( 2 0 11 ) the State Academy of Art on ETSAM Madrid where is and Design, Stuttgart and teaching on Frechilla-Pelaez the TU Delft. During his head of department 2010- studies he worked in several 2 0 11 . A c t u a l l y h e i s P h D architectural offices. Amongst c a n d i d a t e o n t h i s u n i v e r s i t y. others at Behnisch He is a known lecturer Architects Stuttgart and national and international and m . b . a / s . I n J u n e 2 0 11 h e his work is also publicated all received the diploma price over the world. of the University of Stuttgart for his thesis „Il faut être Miguel Jaenicke Fontao absolument moderne“. Partner Co-founder de VIC-Vivero at superwondergroup de iniciativas ciudadanas Mannheim. nd partner of estudio S I C - e s t u d i o FA M ( 2 0 0 9 ) . Further participants Architect by ETSAM, UPM (2004). Advanced studies Anna Lugbauer d e g r e e ( 2 0 11 ) b y E T S A M . Luc Knödler (2009). PhD Candidate on Shirley Hottier Planed and sustainable territitory Master by UNAM (20120) He is finishing Phylosopy by UNED (2012).
  44. 44. citizens responsibl mapping consumptio collective New consumption mobile concepts Digital facilities f or the density mach mann heim urban technology s y stem consumptio free internet access Peer-to-Peer creative (P2P) gastronomy Connection open source urba software countertr bottom-up participatory social learning44 household and budget politics education Peer-to-Peer open source and (P2P) data trannsparency journalism commons knowledge exchange micro ruralization environment timebank a service e ecological seed banks fabrication and production e recycling and Permaculture self-construction
  45. 45. sible car- urban bike ption sharing systems Bank of comestible car- goods and pedestrian pooling spillover areas mobility car-freedomption shared housing and leisure an rtrade urban voids walls urban collective gardening library public creation appropriation open culture of new greeneries micro urbanism Culture promenades 45 and sceneries cultural micro-spaces empowerment co-housing book- streetart crossing visualization playgrounds decontrol of self- ro-financing speculative organization economies society do it yourself economy do it together Do It With Others and social exchange emotional inteligence responsible health and economy slow living ethical banking culture systems shared services co-working
  46. 46. V I . O p e n g loss a r y O p e n S pa c e Open Space is a place where people can work together based on di- alog and relationship with others. A space for learning by doing. It´s a catalytic conver- ter of ideas to projects and to create many di- verse ideas.46
  47. 47. U rb a ne m pow e r m e n t U rb a n c itiz e n st a rtupUrban empowerment Urban citizen start-upsprocess to increase mean human organizationsthe citizens‘ capability that design services andin urban planing deci- products in extremely uncer-sion making and a city tainty conditions. They havedesign for driving po- great adaptation capacitysitive changes of the for change and operate withplaces they inhabit. minimum cost. The start ups are used to develop tech- nological projects but they are easily transfered to the urban and collective citizen innovative actions. The ur- ban citizen start-ups increa- se the social riches through empowered participation and it does not only refer to pro- duce consume. 47 Corr e spo n s a bilit y Corresponsability equal involvement with sharing responsability process in a collaborative way involving institutions, companies, organisa- tions and individuals and developing educa- tional policies about the urban.
  48. 48. MACH MANN H E I M48 The way into Mannheim‘s new future!
  49. 49. Co n t a c t Dipl.-Ing. Wulf Kramer TEL 0621 - 39 18 17 23 m obil e 0176 - 3854 1956 EMA I Lwulf@superwondergroup.com ADDRESS Mittelstraße 42 49 D-68169 Mannheim
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