The exhibition "Livable City" shows a number of successful examples of architecture and urban planning in Denmark and deliberately also takes a look at projects outside the largest cities that often attract attention.
The exhibition is supplemented with interviews and filmic impressions of the projects. As a kaleidoscope of very different projects, the exhibition also aims to stimulate discussion: What actually makes a city worth living in, who are we building for and who can and can take part?
"Livable city, 28x urban development in Denmark" - traveling exhibition of the Royal. Danish embassy in the Marzahn-Hellersdorf tourist information office
Opening of the exhibition on Friday, January 12th, 2024
District Mayor Nadja Zivkovic will open the exhibition from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and you will hear keynote speeches “What makes a sustainable and livable city?”
- Birgitte Tovborg-Jensen, Danish Embassy Berlin on the creation of the exhibition
- Infravelo provides information about rapid cycle connections,
- paper planes e.V. presents the RadBahn Berlin project and the manifesto for free streets.
- Sustainable tourism: Cycling in Barnimer Land
With musical accompaniment with Jonas Müller on the piano.
During the break, Danish cinnamon rolls and coffee exude a touch of hygge
First pedal, then enjoy: fresh vitamin smoothie from the smoothiebike!
01/20 at 5 p.m. Cycling trip adventure with the sisters Ana & Ida Lutzenberger and Jasmin Böhm, multimedia lectures
For their fundraising project “Save Save Bicycle Chain”, Ana and Ida crossed Central Asia and then pedaled back home via Iran, Iraq and Turkey. In the end, 15,000km came together! The two report on their incredible encounters in the Kazakh steppes, Iranian police escorts, Uzbek border crossings and also with an Iraqi religious leader. They show how incredibly crazy, beautiful and exciting a long-distance bike trip can be, especially and perhaps especially as a woman.
The author and adventure mom Jasmin Böhm talks about 12,000km of bikepacking with a child in her lecture. From Offenbach she cycled to Cartagena, Istanbul and the North Cape. She shares her knowledge from four years of bikepacking with a child, reports on the challenges, but also on the immense hospitality, breathtaking landscapes and her particularly intimate time as a small family.
02/17 at 5 p.m. Cycling trip adventure Jörn Tietje - multimedia lecture
Cycling around the Baltic Sea in 70 days - without a fixed plan, he started right on his doorstep near Schleswig, only to arrive back exactly ten weeks later after around 7,500 km. With perfect external conditions for the company in the record summer of 2018, his route took him through all nine neighboring states. The fascinating metropolises on the coast of the Baltic Sea were the highlights between seemingly endless forests and sandy beaches, archipelago coasts and moors.
The hall is barrier-free for people with walking difficulties and has an inductive hearing system.