Christine Hannemann

  • Cohesion needs spaces
  • Community ideas in architecture and urban planning
  • Lecture

Housing is more than just a roof over your head! Above all, integration and cohesion need new spatial concepts in the current situation, which is characterized by crises and upheavals. According to the thesis, this can succeed better with communal forms of living than the isolated existence of a small family in a small flat. Which living concepts enable and promote encounters and joint activities? And which ones also take into account the individual needs of the people living together?

Christine Hannemann is a German sociologist and professor of the sociology of architecture and housing at the University of Stuttgart.

Karin Hauser is a research assistant in the research project: “Cohesion Needs Spaces – Integrative Living”.

In the series Werde Mensch?
In cooperation with DGB and GEW


Free online event

Foto: Martin Stollberg

Admission is free.