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About Hager Forum

Hager Forum is a 6 500 m² open, collaborative space, where visitors can meet, exchange, train, innovate and shape their future with Hager Group.

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To continue to grow and achieve its objectives, Hager Group has undertaken an ambitious process to change its corporate culture.

At Obernai, in the heart of the largest industrial site in the group, Hager Forum embodies this new culture through the experience it provides to its visitors.

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  27.02.20 [Article] The future of architecture - 1st part - by Van Bo Le-Mentzel

At the Van Bo Le-Mentzel conference in the Hager Forum on 29 November 2019, the innovative Berlin architect and urban planner presented seven ideas for the cities and houses of the future. In this article he goes a little further in his vision of the future of architecture. In a second article he will present his concept of the circular city, a utopian scheme or the future of architecture?
"What we can say with certainty today is at least this: We can't go on as we have been."

 
  21.01.20 [Replay] The future of architecture by Van Bo Le-Mentzel

"Having 9 billion people on earth could be a huge disaster" How can we make something positive out of it through architecture? On November 29th, Van Bo Le-Mentzel, an architect and innovative urban planner from Berlin, proposed seven ideas about cities, homes and life in the future during Trend Session #9 at Hager Forum.

Will the city of tomorrow be built using collective intelligence? Circular cities, multifunctional buildings, DIY housing kits, so many ideas to explore, and even more.

 
  18.11.19 [Article] Energy transition: A Climate for Change by Gabrielle Walker

During Trend Session 8 on September 30th, strategy expert Gabrielle Walker approached the subject of the energy transition during a 45-minute talk. We asked her to explore this topic further through an article. After first pointing out the urgency of the issue, Gabrielle then focuses on two sectors which can do a lot by changing a little, namely buildings and transport.
Her credo is “We have to get really serious right now!”Gabrielle shares her optimistic view on how the world could be a better place in the coming years if the climate crisis is taken seriously.

 

 

[Article] The future of architecture - 1st part - by Van Bo Le-Mentzel


[Replay] The future of architecture by Van Bo Le-Mentzel


[Article] Energy transition: A Climate for Change by Gabrielle Walker


27.02.20

[Article] The future of architecture - 1st part - by Van Bo Le-Mentzel

At the Van Bo Le-Mentzel conference in the Hager Forum on 29 November 2019, the innovative Berlin architect and urban planner presented seven ideas for the cities and houses of the future. In this article he goes a little further in his vision of the future of architecture. In a second article he will present his concept of the circular city, a utopian scheme or the future of architecture?
"What we can say with certainty today is at least this: We can't go on as we have been."

21.01.20

[Replay] The future of architecture by Van Bo Le-Mentzel

"Having 9 billion people on earth could be a huge disaster" How can we make something positive out of it through architecture? On November 29th, Van Bo Le-Mentzel, an architect and innovative urban planner from Berlin, proposed seven ideas about cities, homes and life in the future during Trend Session #9 at Hager Forum.

Will the city of tomorrow be built using collective intelligence? Circular cities, multifunctional buildings, DIY housing kits, so many ideas to explore, and even more.

18.11.19

[Article] Energy transition: A Climate for Change by Gabrielle Walker

During Trend Session 8 on September 30th, strategy expert Gabrielle Walker approached the subject of the energy transition during a 45-minute talk. We asked her to explore this topic further through an article. After first pointing out the urgency of the issue, Gabrielle then focuses on two sectors which can do a lot by changing a little, namely buildings and transport.
Her credo is “We have to get really serious right now!”Gabrielle shares her optimistic view on how the world could be a better place in the coming years if the climate crisis is taken seriously.

 


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