• Competition Bergviertel Krampnitz, Potsdam
  • Potsdam, Deutschland
  • Entwicklungsträger Potsdam GmbH
  • 16 ha
  • in progress, 2019
  • 1911-POB
  • urban planning
  • Jakob Bohlen, Niklas Köller, Emma Römer, Jacob Fielers
  • 1.Prize

Bergviertel Krampnitz, green I enlived I in motion

Based on a strong landscape and valuable historical structures, Bergviertel Krampnitz is a forward-looking quarter, creating its own identity as a place to live and work in harmony with the environment. Against the background of a climate crisis and scarcity of resources, it will be sustainably developed and will serve as a centre of life for a broad cross-section of the population. A small-scale and diverse density creates a lively place, is gentle on resources, uses infrastructures efficiently and relies entirely on the mobility of the future - the environmental network. Small and large apartments in the same building ensure social diversity, intergenerational living connects young and old and assemblies along with community-oriented housing projects enable self-determined living. The combination of living and working responds to the trend to more strongly combine leisure and work as well as career and family. Strong and diverse open spaces, differently addressing the building plots, bind everything together and enable uses from communal gardening to sports and leisure activities up to generous landscape experiences.

  • Competition Bergviertel Krampnitz, Potsdam
  • Potsdam, Deutschland
  • Entwicklungsträger Potsdam GmbH
  • 16 ha
  • in progress, 2019
  • 1911-POB
  • urban planning
  • Jakob Bohlen, Niklas Köller, Emma Römer, Jacob Fielers
  • 1.Prize
the lively transition from settlement to landscape integrates the superordinate cycle path