The museum complex Osterholz in Osterholz-Scharmbeck unites four museums on the topics of moor, homeland, landscape, bird life on the area of an old monastery. In the teaching and transfer project "OUTER_SPACE_DIE KRISTALLISATION DER LANDSCHAFT" (OUTER_SPACE_ THE CRYSTALIZATION OF LANDSCAPE), a wide range of ideas, concepts and visions emerged in the summer semester of 2022 as to what role the museum complex on the edge of the Hammen lowlands and thus at the interface between landscape space and the city should play in the future - developed by students of the cooperation project Outer_Space of the master's degree courses in Architecture / Environmental Design of the School of Architecture Bremen at the Bremen University of Applied Sciences (HSB) and Integrated Design of the Bremen University of the Arts (HfK).

The collaboration is sponsored by the Association of Friends and Sponsors of the Museum Complex and the North German Bird Museum Osterholz and supported by the District of Osterholz and it is created with funds from the research cluster "Region im Wandel" of the University of Applied Sciences Bremen.

Lecturers: Prof. Ulrike Mansfeld (HSB), Prof. Dr. Christian von Wissel (HSB), Prof. Monique Jüttner (HSB), Theis Janssen (HSB), Prof. Tanja Diezmann (HfK) and Prof. Detlef Rahe (HfK).

Lecture series "Facets of Sustainability/12"

"The crystallization of the landscape - Museum complex Osterholz "

Students of the School of Architecture Bremen and the Hochschule für Künste Bremen present the results of the teaching and transfer project.


Wednesday, July 13, 2022 at 5:30 p.m.


Bremen University of Applied Sciences - City University of Applied Sciences
Building AB - 10th floor - Room S12
Neustadtswall 30
D-28199 Bremen

Prior registration for participation is not required.

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Image: Isometry of the museum complex and perspective of the tree houses - study project by Philipp Heinrich.

Visit of the exhibition


Location: Kreishaus I, Foyer main building, Osterholzer Straße 23, 27711 Osterholz-Scharmbeck, Germany

Opening hours:

  •     Monday 8 - 12 h | 14 - 16 h
  •     Tuesday 8 - 18 o'clock
  •     Wednesday 8 - 12 a.m.
  •     Thursday 8 - 12 a.m. | 2 - 4 p.m.
  •     Friday 8 - 12 a.m.

Lecture Series Facets of Sustainability/12

This year's lecture series "Facets of Sustainability/12" at Bremen University of Applied Sciences is dedicated to the topic "What is Bremen doing for climate protection".

The program can be found online at this link:

So feel free to listen in. Of course, you can also just attend individual lectures. You are also welcome to inform your students about the lecture series. The lecture series is offered via the module pool of the HSB for students as an elective module in the summer semester 2022, in which the acquisition of ECTS credits is possible after successful completion.


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