The Fürstenwalder Gartenfeld, Fürstenwalde

With the “Fürstenwalder Gartenfeld Lange Straße”, a new neighbourhood is being created in the south of the town of Fürstenwalde | Spree. The almost 7-hectare agricultural area to the south of Lange Straße is to become a place for communal, intergenerational living. In addition to educational facilities, the residential building ensemble, embedded in a generous …

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Spree Shore, Berlin

The workshop procedure “Berlin – Spree Küste” (Spree shore) is intended to develop an urban development model for the almost 30 ha area between Rummelsburger Bucht and Oberschöneweide. In addition, a development concept is to be designed for the central 3 ha realisation part, north of the Hohe Wallgraben. Programmatically, office and service uses, urban, …

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New Branitz Baumuniversität, Cottbus

The Branitz Baumuniversität, re-established by the Stiftung Fürst-Pückler-Museum (SFPM) in 2011, is part of the initiative alliance “Historical Gardens in Climate Change”. Due to the progressive change in climate, old trees in particular suffer from long periods of drought, extreme weather events, winters that are too warm and increased pest and disease infestations. The resulting …

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New Campus Aufbauschule, Fürstenwalde

A new quarter is being created in the west of Fürstenwalde – the Stadtteingang West. A campus for intergenerational living, health and education is being developed around the historic Aufbauschule on Dr.-Wilhelm-Külz-Straße, which leads into the city. The concept developed by CKSA and FJP in the course of the workshop emphasises the unifying character of …

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Panorama, Schönefeld

The Brandenburg municipality of Schönefeld is located directly on Berlin’s south-eastern city border. As part of the development axis Berlin city centre – Adlershof – BER Airport – Lusatia, the municipality benefits from very good infrastructural connections. This favourable location offers Schönefeld opportunities for development as a residential and commercial location. The two-phase urban and …

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Bahrenfeld Landscape Axis, Hamburg

Hamburg is a growing city. Consequently, the demands on the existing green and open spaces, with their important ecological, climatic and sociological functions, are also increasing. Hamburg’s “Green Network” forms a coherent network of open spaces that extends from the city centre to the settlement areas of the surrounding countryside. It consists of two green …

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Framework Plan Alte Schäferei, Berlin

With the development of the “Alte Schäferei” framework plan, the heterogeneous building structures in the north of Französisch Buchholz are to be transformed into an orderly urban development. The instrument of the framework plan creates the preliminary planning work for the subsequent development plan procedure in order to secure long-term housing potential and to sound …

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Pankower Tor, Berlin

A new urban quarter is to be created on the site of the former Pankow marshalling yard – the Pankower Tor. Hence a competitive urban planning-architectural workshop process for the development of a master plan started in 2020. The design of the planning team under the aegis of NÖFER Architekten and Christoph Kohl Stadtplaner Architekten …

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Friedrichshain West, Berlin

The Friedrichshain West area spans from Volkspark Friedrichshain in the north via Platz der Vereinten Nationen and Strausberger Platz to Ostbahnhof in the south. Mollstraße and Lichtenberger Straße border the area in the west, Friedenstraße and Straße der Pariser Kommune in the east. The 137-hectare neighbourhood is characterised by East German post-war modernist housing – …

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Berlin-Brandenburg 2070

The metropolitan area of Berlin-Brandenburg is growing. In the future, the intertwining of urban and rural space will need holistic urban-rural planning.  That way it will meet the demands of a powerful metropolitan region. Our climate-neutral scenario seeks to turn away from the suburbanization of rural areas, which takes up increasingly more space, and instead …

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