This is also true for architecture and urban planning, if we understand both as parts of systems. We think of designing, planning, and building as team work enabling the best ideas to prevail. For this reason CITYFÖRSTER works as a partnership supported by an interdisciplinary network. With you we develop better solutions for working and learning, housing and living.
The project PELIKAN MIX4 is characterized by a variety of dwelling types according to urban lifestyles. Within an urban master plan four distinctive characteristics are developed:
A landscape tableau is the connecting element, forming an entrée for the private, semi-public and public spaces. Generous lobbies in each house compose a discrete identity and a space of encounters. A great flexibility in the floor plans allows a variety of different apartments in size and type. According to society demands, the types "wellness", "sustainable", "extravagant" and "comfortable" are developed. They differ in constellation of rooms, material, building equipment and the offer of outdoor spaces. So called "Glorietten" crown the buildings and optimize light, spatial peculiarity and views.
Together with freiwurf and landinsicht, the team of Cityförster presents their workshop contribution "Stadtrandstand" to the BBSR project "Gartenstadt21 grün-urban-vernetzt" in the closing event in Berlin on March 2nd 2017. During the collaborative workshop in Bremen in September 2016 the participants discussed theses about and the development of Howards concept of the garden city with regards to the changes and challenges of the 21st century. Besides the ideas and conclusions of the workshop and main study (by BPW baumgart+partner), the BBSR discusses in the symposium with urban practitioners different ways and visions for a garden city model of the 21st century. More information
Thursday, 02.03.2017, 10-16.30
At a time when Europe is preparing for crisis after crisis, we became fascinated by the opportunities these moments offer to rethink and shape our societies. We started a research and established a group of economists, politicians, urban planners and architects to see: How can the necessary investments in infrastructure and public space be better employed for economic renewal? Under the name Beyond Plan B, they completed research in four urban areas along the Rhine. This research received support in the past from the Dutch Creative Industries Fund and a number of Regions along the Rhine. Visit the Beyond Plan B website to view the results of the research in workbooks, interviews, films and essays.
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Freiburg is a growing city where more and more people want to live. How can the city continue to be developed in a sustainable way? The Perspectivplan elaborates spatial development options for the City of Freiburg in the next 10 to 15 years. In the course of designing, built-up areas and open spaces are conceived and developed together. Based on a differentiated (GIS)-structure analysis, so far undetected potentials are made visible, development strategies are pointed out and by means of scenarios a future spatial image with a complementary structure plan is generated. The project has been developed in a cooperative process with stakeholders, the municipality, politics and the public.