The exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, presents exemplary built projects and outstanding conceptual models by architects and planners from all over the world. These proposals are the results of a new way of thinking in which cities, built living spaces and working environments are not only designed and realized in an ecologically sustainable way, but also implemented with the objective of restoring a social and economic balance. HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED offers new visions for the built environment concerned with a better socio-economic coherence. Kopvol was selected from over 100 submissions and appears with his PAKARA model and an essay in the exhibition catalog.

Koppen, G., Vollmer, T. C., & Kohler, K. (2021). Designing Urban Health: The PAKARA Model. In: Mlecek, M. et al.(Eds.) Human scale remeasured. New spatial requirements, societal demands and economic values in architecture (pp. 94-101). Berlin: AEDES publisher.

Vollmer, T. C., Koppen, G. & Kohler, K. (2020). Wie Stadtarchitektur Gesundheit beeinflusst: Das PAKARA-Modell. Bundesgesundheitsblatt, 63(8), 972-978.