Friday, October 29, 2021, 3:00 p.m, Faraday lecture hall
Dipl.-Ing. Manfred Meißner
Ilmenau town planning director (ret.)
Urbanistic forays into the development of building history in Ilmenau
The eventful architectural development of the town of Ilmenau, which in its early days was marked by the construction of the moated castle near the town hall and the altered traffic routing to the south through the town, which in turn contributed to the formation of the old town centre, was also closely linked to the development of mining. Major building projects in this context included the relocation of the Ilm around 1592, the construction of the Martinroda gallery and the upper mining ditch.
The town was almost destroyed several times by large fires, most recently by the great town fire of the third of November 1792. The Oberlandbaumeister Krohne from Weimar was commissioned with the reconstruction at that time. Today's old town still bears traits of the so-called "Krohne Plan", which, among other things, provided for wider streets and squares.
After the connection to the railway network, the town expanded both in a southerly direction (Südviertel) and in the direction of the slaughterhouse.
Building on the presentation of these earlier urban developments, the lecture will describe building plans for the Lindenberg, which began as early as the 1920s. Finally, the development of the new residential area in the Johann-Friedrich-Böttger-Straße in large block construction will be explained.
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Each person must register there once as a guest and can then register for the next lecture. If registration is no longer possible because the maximum number of participants has been reached, you will not be able to attend the lecture in question. Without registration, participation is also not possible!
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The events take place in the Faraday lecture hall (Weimarer Straße 32, access from Prof. Schmidt-Straße) every Friday at 3:00 p.m. (see General Information - Site Plan of the TU Ilmenau).
The following dates are planned for the spring semester 2022:
25.02. | 04.03. | 11.03. | 18.03. | 25.03. | 01.04. | 08.04. | 22.04. | 29.04. | 06.05. | 13.05. | 20.05. | 03.06. | 10.06.
In addition there will probably be a date for an excursion.
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In the review of previous semesters you will find an overview of the events and topics of the past years.
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