Malte Bergmann

Malte is a urban researcher and part of the Civic Infrastructures research cluster at the Design Research Lab. He studied sociology at the Freie Universität Berlin. His main research interest is to understanding community formations in todays complex and divers urbanity and to co-develop possible bottom up development trajectories. From 2013 to 2018 he was the coordinator of the German Society for Design Theory and Research (DGTF).

Publications

Community Infrastructuring – Designwerkzeuge zur partizipatorischen Stadtgestaltung.

Bergmann, Malte; Herlo, Bianca; Sametinger, Florian; Schubert, Jennifer; Unteidig, Andreas (2013): Community Infrastructuring – Designwerkzeuge zur partizipatorischen Stadtgestaltung. In: Lange, Bastian; Prasenc, Gottfried; Saico, Harald (Hg.): Ortsentwürfe. Urbanität im 21. Jahrhundert. Jovis Verlag, Berlin. p. 62-67.




Talks & Lectures

Social Living Labs: Co-designing Open Cities

Open Cities Forum 7.11.18: https://offene-stadt.org/forum_2018/


Experimentelle Beteiligungsformen in hybriden Städten

im Panel »Critical Media Practices in Design«, konzipiert von Claudia Mareis und Christiane Heibach, Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaften (GfM), Freie Universität Berlin, 29.9.2016