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The ”Bauhaus of the Seas” was the first thematic network proposed in the context of the co- creation phase of the New European Bauhaus. The Bauhaus of the seas, as “marhaus” (literally “the sea as our home”) or “baumar” (“the sea as a space for creation and impact entrepreneurship”), aims to promote renewed ethical and aesthetic regenerative development from a widely diverse range of dimensions of our continued relationship with the sea. This network will involve fostering a school of interdisciplinary experimentation and entrepreneurship, bound to shape a generation of designers, architects, engineers, artists, managers, and scientists around sustainable design solutions for coastal regions and the sea.
MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology
Nuno J. Nunes
Instituto Superior Técnico and Carnegie Mellon Portugal
“The Vision of the Bauhaus of the Seas”
Minister of Culture Portugal
Minister of Science and Higher Education Portugal
Greetings from the EU
Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, European Commission
Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education, and Youth, European Commission
Introduction to the New European Bauhaus
Advisor at I.D.E.A. — the European Commission Presidential Advisory Board on Green Deal and New European Bauhaus
Architect and Curator of the exposition
Panel: Developing the vision of a Bauhaus of the Seas I
Chairs: Markus Reynmann and Mariana Pestana
Writer, curator, event producer and visiting professor at Tongji University.
Curator and researcher based in Milan, she taught at Polimi and Design Academy Eindhoven.
Architect, creative director, critical urban theorist and author of the The Cosmogony of (Racial) Capitalism design-led investigation.
Pioneer of interaction designer from the Royal College of Art, Interaction Design Institute Ivrea and Iuav University of Venice.
Dutch special envoy to the United Nations and flood expert, appointed as the first Water Ambassador of the Netherlands.
Panel: Institutional Involvement
Chairs: Tiziana Lippiello, Paulo Soeiro de Carvalho
Mayor of Venice
Katrin Stjernfeldt Jammeh
Mayor of Malmö
Dean of Instituto Superior Tecnico
Tim van der Hagen
Rector of Delft University of Technology
Rector of Malmo University
Scientific Director of Italian Institute of Technology
Vice-Presidente da Câmara Municipal de Genova
Lunch Break — 13:00-14:00
Panel: Developing the vision of a Bauhaus of the Seas II
Chairs: Mariana Pestana and Michela Magas
Architect, writer and curator. His work explores the role architecture plays in the making of societies.
Italian design academic and author known for his work on design for social innovation and sustainability.
Architect, designer and development researcher whose works are internationally recognised for originality and innovation.
Curator and researcher based in Lisbon. Exploring the overlap between cybernetics, ecology and experimental film
Professor Emeritus, School of Arts and Communication, Malmö University.
- Worldbuilding a more-than-human future:
Exploring and envisioning new narratives with the seas
- Chair: Nik Baerten
- Rachel Armstrong, KULeuven
Juan Diaz Bohorquez, Worldbuilding Institute Europe
Thomas Pausz, Iceland University of the Arts
- Transformative Economies:
Ecosocial Wellbeing and the Politics of Participation
- Chair: Ann Light
- Kristina Lindström, Unmaking Studio, Sweden
Åsa Ståhl, Unmaking Studio, Sweden
Julia Lohmann, Department of Seaweed, Finland
Sean Ashworth, Help our Kelp, UK
Lucas Tello Pérez, Zemos98, Spain
- Circular Economy for Coastal Regions:
A sea of opportunities
- Chair: Paulo Ferrão
- Maria João Rodrigues — Director of Lisboa E-nova, Energy and Environment Agency of Lisbon
João Teixeira — Presidente of Tratolixo
Annik Magerholm Fet - Vice Rector of Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Han Brezet — Professor at AAU Aalborg University and Em. Professor at TU Delft
Miguel Belló Mora — CEO of AIR Centre
Christoph Reinhart — Director of Building Technology Program, MIT
Edgar Hertwich, Head of Circular Economy at NTNU Sustainability
- Tech in Sustainable Development:
Digital & Other Technologies for social good
- Chair: Catherine Mulligan
- Arianna Traviglia, Coordinator of the Center for Cultural Heritage Technology at Italian Institute of Technology
Alessio Del Blue, Investigador principal PAVIS (Pattern Analyisis and computer VISion) at Italian Institute of Technology
Katherine Foster, Director of Strategy of Open Earth Foundation (USA) and Social Alpha Foundation Fellow
Flemming Mouridsen, Co-Founder STOFL
Martin Charter, Director of The Centre for Sustainable Design at the University for the Creative Arts
- Design Education:
How to evolve design education for a NEB
- Chair: James Auger
- Anthony Dunne — Parsons School of Design — The New School
Alice Twemlow — Research Professor at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK)
Arjun Harrison-Mann — Goldsmiths, University of London
Lisa Grocott — Professor of Design at Monash U. and Director of WonderLab
Panel: Summary of Roundtable Discussions
Chairs: Jose Pedro Sousa and Mária Beňačková Rišková
Worldbuilding a more-than-human future
Circular Economy for Coastal Regions
Tech in Sustainable Development
Italian author, editor, architect, and curator. She is currently the Senior Curator of the Department of Architecture & Design as well as the Director of R&D at The Museum of Modern Art, New York City.
Chair: Nuno J Nunes
Mayor of Lisbon: Welcome to Lisbon as a Lighthouse City of the NEB
Italian Minister of University and Research