Siemensstadt² Calling – the podcast from Siemensstadt

  • Raul Krauthausen in an interview at Siemensstadt Calling
    Episode 10 - "A dialogue with Raul Krauthausen and Marina Zdravkovic, chairwoman of the Siemens AG representative body for employees with severe disabilities" (only German)

    The tenth episode is about inclusion, accessibility and a city for everyone. Is Berlin already a city for everyone? How can we make cities even more inclusive and accessible? What should be considered when designing Siemensstadt Square?
    In this episode, activist Raul Krauthausen and Marina Zdravkovic, the chairwoman of the Siemens AG representative body for employees with severe disabilities, and Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt Square project, answer these and other questions in a joint interview.

  • Testimonal Lemaitre
    Episode 9 - "A dialogue with the Executive Director of the DGNB Dr. Christine Lemaitre and the Sustainability Officer of Siemensstadt Square Rainer Kohns"

    Our ninth episode is all about sustainability. What's it like to live in a CO2-neutral city? What levers have to be set in motion to make a district like Siemensstadt Square CO2-neutral? And will all German cities be CO2-neutral by 2045?
    In this episode, the Executive Director of the German Sustainable Building Council (DGNB) and the Sustainability Officer of Siemensstadt Square Rainer Kohns and Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt Square project, answer these and other questions in a joint interview.

  • Michael Müller talks into the microphone for the Siemensstadt podcast
    Episode 8 - "A dialogue with Berlin's Governing Mayor Michael Müller and Siemens Managing Board member Cedrik Neike"

    The eighth episode is about sustainability, mobility and, above all, the city of the future. What is a livable city? What will the city look like in 2030? What needs to change and which city can Berlin learn a lot from?
    In this episode, Governing Mayor Michael Müller and Siemens Managing Board member Cedrik Neike and Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt Square project, answer these and other questions in a joint interview.

  • Michael Peter stands in the podcast studio, his conversation partners can be seen on a screen
    Episode 7 - "A discussion of tomorrow's mobility in the city of the future" (only German)

    The seventh episode is about the mobility of tomorrow. How will we travel from A to B in 2030? Will we still have our own car? Is Autonomous Driving really more efficient? And what does a “smart train station” look like? We are discussing tomorrow's mobility in the city of the future - with Ingmar Streese, Berlin State Secretary for Transport, Michael Peter, CEO Siemens Mobility and Stefan Kögl, General Manager of Siemensstadt Square

  • Tom Friedrich and Nils Buschmann from the architectural office ROBERTNEUN
    Episode 6 - "A dialogue with Tom Friedrich and Nils Buschmann from the architectural office ROBERTNEUN" (only German)

    The sixth episode is about architecture. The designs for the first new buildings in Siemensstadt have been finalized. But what are the ideas and concepts behind the designs? What do the designs reveal about future work in Siemensstadt? What changes will they bring to the neighborhood?
    In this episode, Tom Friedrich and Nils Buschmann from the architectural office ROBERTNEUN and Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt Square project, answer these and other questions in a joint interview.

  •  Steffen Krach, State Secretary for Science and Research in Berlin, in the Podcast studio
    Episode 5 - "A dialogue with Steffen Krach, State Secretary for Science and Research in Berlin" (only German)

    Our fifth episode is about Siemensstadt as a location for research and innovation. How will Brain City Berlin and the future location Siemensstadt complement each other? Where will science and industry go hand in hand in the future, and how does the "urban tech republic" that will emerge in the future fit in with Siemensstadt Square?
    To answer these and many other questions, we invited Steffen Krach, State Secretary for Science and Research in the Berlin Senate, and of course Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt Square project, to a joint interview.

  • Metin Bukan, Siemens Works Council Berlin Nonnendammallee
    Episode 4 - "A dialogue with Metin Bukan, Siemens Works Council Berlin Nonnendammallee" (only German)

    The fourth episode is about the production and working worlds of Siemensstadt, but also about what moves the people who already work in Siemensstadt today. How, for example, has the work in the switching plant changed over the past 40 years? What expectations do colleagues have of the new Siemensstadt?
    These and many other questions are answered in this episode by Metin Bukan, the Siemens works council member responsible for the switchgear plant in Berlin, and of course Stefan Kögl, general manager of the Siemensstadt Square project, in a joint interview.

  • Helmut Kleebank, District Mayor of Spandau
    Episode 3 - "A dialogue with Helmut Kleebank, District Mayor of Spandau" (only German)

    Our third episode is about neighbourhood and integration. Siemensstadt Square is to become part of Spandau and Berlin. What does Spandau say about the Siemensstadt project? What expectations, wishes and concerns do the Spandau residents have and how does the cooperation between the neighboring districts work? Helmut Kleebank, Spandau's District Mayor, and Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt Square project, answer these and more questions in an interview.

  • Regula Lüscher, Senate Building Director of Berlin, sitting on a sofa
    Episode 2 - "A dialogue with Regula Lüscher, Senate Building Director of Berlin" (only German)

    Our second episode is about expectations. What expectations does the city of Berlin have of the Siemensstadt Square project? What can we expect from the recently launched building construction competition? How can we take the expectations of the citizens into account? And what happens when expectations differ? Regula Lüscher, Senate Building Director of Berlin and Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt Square project, answer these and other questions in our interview.

  • Picture of  Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt
    Episode 1 - "Welcome to Siemensstadt" (only German)

    Siemensstadt? What is actually happening there? And how exactly do you have to imagine it?
    In our first episode we answer all these questions and more: Stefan Kögl, General Manager of the Siemensstadt Square, explains in an interview what Siemensstadt Square is all about and how living, working and growing up in the new Berlin district will feel.