Until the end of May 2022, Modern Art Oxford, museum for contemporary art in the capital of Oxfordshire in England, had been looking for contributions for their exhibition "Adapt Transform", which will open its doors from 16th August 2022 to 25th September 2022. Graduate Jan-Hendrik Höhnk from the Master's programme in Architecture had already convinced the jury of the Schwerin Innovation Award with his English-language Master's thesis "The Productive City - Growing Together" and won in the "Innovation" category in 2021. Now his master's thesis, a building design for the productive city of tomorrow, illustrated by the example of a mixed-use neighbourhood in the St. Marx district of Vienna, will be part of the "Adapt Transform" exhibition at Modern Art Oxford. Jan-Hendrik Höhnk is currently studying for a Master's degree in "Sustainable Urban Development" at the University of Oxford.
How can cities be designed to be fair to communities and the planet? Modern Art Oxford and Oxford Brookes University show creative answers to this question in their interdisciplinary exhibition.
At the Faculty of Architecture and Design at Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences, student Jan-Hendrik Höhnk was supervised in the Research Design in Architecture profile line by Professor Dr.-Ing. Beate Niemann, who teaches Urban Design and Spatial Planning, and Professor Matthias Ludwig, who teaches Design - Architectural Simulation.
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