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The visions of today’s urban designers and planners will be judged by future citizens. Andreas Brück and Angela Million of TU Berlin discuss a themed issue of ICE’s Urban Design and Planning journal on the topic.
And, third, we would like to underline and reflect on the importance of visions for future cities in the education of future urban planners and designers, and briefly reflect on the implications for university programmes and the way urban design and planning is (or should) be taught.
The question is: how can universities and the study programs of urban planning and design be places for future thinking? Looking back at more than six years of teaching at TU Berlin we can say that future city visioning is a major focus in our classes.
Students are encouraged to come up with new ways to think about the city beyond what we are providing, and to produce outcomes that may seem futuristicm, yet are based on educated parameters and have the potential to develop into concrete designs or planning proposals.