B1 Architectural Planning: „Europe Labyrinth“ – designs and models for the design of a covered space.
The concept: In Europe it goes up and down, around corners, even in dead ends, Europe opens and connects but also platforms …… .. meant is the framework concept „labyrinth“ for the space design. There is offered an „open space“, which is to be developed as a European project space, as a space collage in the sense of „diversity, that unites us“. Divers, these are the co-design modules, individual components , which are to be assembled by the European mixed project groups into a common playground – project.
This is where the architecture students come into play. It is about a hitherto uninviting area of the yard and gardens of the institution. The covered passage, the connection of two parts of the building, is to be designed according to the planning of the state administration as a leisure and rest area. Here, the home management had come to terms with the proposal, first of all, to give European youth a chance to set up a European – colorful project and thus to secure a technology transfer with regard to ecologically and sustainably oriented scope design. This aspect was a central concern of the preparatory meeting „on the move II“ at the end of the year in Berlin, – see under „preparation“.
When finding ideas in the summer of 2018 („on the move I“), the children and adolescents of the facility were included: they also want non – visible retreats, play and gym equipment. Again, at the beginning of the workshop, a further round will be organized on the ideas and suggestions of those handicaped children and young people.
For all project proposals should also be taken into account and worked towards ensuring that the persons concerned, older adolescents and young adults of the institution are involved in the design work and also in the subsequent implementation, e.g. in the context of internships of Belorussian students. Accordingly, the projects are to be designed so that they can be used in the future and can also be made in the technical workshops and the sewing room of the reha-center.
Products: The co-design modules of the various subproject groups are to be realized at several stages of development:
– Colored sketches on paper, presentation and collusion, which projects can be combined or „docked“ together
– Model 1:10 and assembly of all modules, platforms and levels to a total solution
– Simulation / Rendering: professional virtual representations at the quality level of university education
– Model 1: 1: one or more situations of the playgrounddesign should be constructed with on-site birch wood on a trial basis
B 2 Embedding the KAJA camp in tourist activities
B 2.1 Reconstruction Workshop: Here is a first example for the conversion of rural buildings at an agricultural outbuilding to demonstrate how creative reconstruction might look like. The object of the experiment of the practitioners in the camp is a barn located directly on the edge of the camp, which has not been used for more than 20 years. It is statically no longer safe, is in an imbalance and threatens the safety of participants when they rummage in the barn. It should not be a question of repairing the supporting structure with expensive technology, but of halting the imbalance and preserving the aesthetics of „leaning deconstructivism“. Under the direction of Prof. Sgirowski, construction dep. of the Technical University of Minsk and member of KAJA East, participants are challenged to start at a corner of the barn and start work such as relining the foundations and screwing in stabilization posts. This will also produce documentation material for the success of vocational training partners, e.g. Vocational schools for follow-up meetings, sending carpenters‘ apprentices to work camps under the new EU Erasmus + program. Task: Reconstruction of the barn and reconstruction as overnight accommodation for future youth meetings and the „low-cost“ youth tourism.
B 2.2 „Glaming“…..will follow