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Planning Laboratory: NordNeukölln

case study 2

In the winter term 2011/12, the Urban Research and Design Laboratory focussed on NordNeukölln in Berlin.

In integrative events with planning partners and stakeholders both the edge surfaces of Tempelhof Field as well as the Karl-Marx-Straße were evaluated regarding their spatial and social configurations and their potential for urban and district development as well as for a inner-city housing with mixed-functions. The activities included the stock taking of socio-spatial structures in the area, the participation in collaborative planning workshops with planners and the contribution in the in-situ laboratory NordNeukölln. The aim of the design project was the development of strategic concepts, planning frameworks and the analysis of typological and functional mixed concepts for urban living and trade. During the practical project work the laboratory dealt with the design proposals on the location and subjects in both research works as well as in the testing of new media.

partners:

Senatsverwaltung für Stadtentwicklung, Katharina Rohde, Quartiersmanagement Schillerpromenade, Ulla Luther, DAZ, Tempelhof Projekt GmbH, Aktion Karl-Marx-Straße, Institut für Stadt- und Regionalplanung TU Berlin, TEAS FU Berlin


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