This question was addressed last week by numerous representatives from architecture, medicine, science, industry and business at this year’s “Health Care of the Future” symposium. The congress was held at the Academy of the Arts in Berlin.
In line with the title “Fast & flexible structures – planning for adaptive health care systems”, the speakers looked at future digitalised healthcare in Germany, discussed best practice examples of current hospital in Germany and abroad and talked about innovative, robotics-based construction methods in architecture.
Among the speakers from the medical and architectural sector were such thought-after representatives of their disciplines as Reinier de Graaf, OMA, Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, Director of the Central Institute of Mental Health, Jörg F. Debatin, former Chairman of the health innovation hub of the Federal Ministry of Health, and Hannes Mayer from the Gramazio Kohler Research Group at ETH Zurich.
Since its initiation by Christine Nickl-Weller, the symposium has been organised and curated by the European Network Architecture for Health (ENAH) in cooperation with TU Berlin. For further information on the symposium and the congress programme, please visit the official ENAH website.
We look back on a very successful evening and next day and would like to thank all participants, whether in person or digitally, for this inspiring and lively interdisciplinary exchange.
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