MAXIMUM OF OPEN GREEN SPACE
01/10/19 \ IBA’27 School

MAXIMUM OF OPEN GREEN SPACE

Defining new qualities in urban contexts is not only about the quality of the built environment by interior development; it’s about the quality of open spaces, too.

How much free space do people need (health, exercise, social encounters, identity, biodiversity, climate, water…) in the city, in the neighbourhood, in the courtyard or on the balcony or roof top?

What does the smallest free space look like – for private, for the community and for the public?

The topic is worked out on the basis of typologies and examples of best practices, using models, collages and drawings …

Students:
Bobbie BayleyUniversity of Newcastle, Australia
Hector FloresUniversity of Stuttgart
Georgina FüllerTU Kaiserslautern
Yui Hang KwanThe Chinese University of Hong Kong
Mareike ReinholdHFT Stuttgart
Chandini Pochareddy University of Newcastle, Australia
Teachers:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Siegfried GaßNürtingen-Geislingen University –
Faculty Landscape Architecture, Environment and Urban Planning
Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Cornelia Bott Nürtingen-Geislingen University –
Faculty Landscape Architecture, Environment and Urban Planning
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