Productive Urban Landscapes

Research and practice around the CPUL design concept

Lecture to students at the TU Berlin, Germany

Katrin Bohn held a lecture for Master’s students at the Technical University of Berlin’s Institute of Landscape Achitecture and Environmental Planning (ILAUP) in Germany. The lecture was part of the Institute’s “Theory & Practice” lecture series for students of the University’s international Master’s in Urban Design and organised by its Department Landscape Architecture . Open Space Planning headed by Prof. Undine Giseke. Katrin’s lecture focused on the development of an international urban agriculture discourse as seen from one of it’s protagonists, Bohn&Viljoen Architects. It presented the three main stages of urban agriculture as an urban design subject moving from a fringe interest to centre stage over the course of 20 years.

Katrin Bohn has collaborated with Prof. Giseke and the Department Landscape Architecture . Open Space Planning at TU Berlin before, most intensely during her guest professorship at the same Institute between 2010 and 2014.


For more information on our teaching around the CPUL concept see here.

For further information on the Department Landscape Architecture . Open Space Planning see here.

Image: Cover slide of Katrin Bohn’s lecture celebrating 20 years of CPUL work. (source: Bohn&Viljoen 2018)

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Katrin Bohn • 30th April 2019

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