Pathways through landscapes at Munich´s fringes
Henrik Schultz and Böries von Detten identify types of pathways and generate ideas for a resilient web of paths for both cyclists and walkers in Munich´s green belt. Guided walks are a constituent element of the co-creative process. [++]
Spatial vision Thuringia
The international building exhibition in Thuringia focusses on rural-urban interconnections in the area around the cities of Weimar and Jena. Together with Sabine Rabe and Sigrun Langner, Ursula Stein and Henrik Schultz design a spatial vision – a vivid, meaningful spatial image for the future sustainable development of the region. [++]
Ursula Stein and Henrik Schultz explore the lessons learnt from developing Regionale 2016 landscape projects. Together with regional stakeholders they envision strategies for “Parklandschaft 2.0”. [++]
The „Perspektivplan“ analyses the situation, visualizes potentials, designs strategies and discusses scenarios. The result, a spatial vision fostering strategic and integrated planning, is about to be finished. Together with cityförster and freiwurf. [++]
An integrated concept focuses on the rural parts of the city of Arnsberg. Ursula Stein and Henrik Schultz design the collaborative process of analysing and visioning the future of Arnsberg´s villages. [++]
Designs for Zuhai and Yueyang
Henrik Schultz contributes with his landscape perspective to the urban developments in Zuhai and Yueyang, projects by Cityförster – architecture and urbanism.
Urban Development in Kronberg
The Department of Urban Planning and Environment has put up a task force from their own ranks to elaborate basics for urban development. Ursula Stein was commissioned with the process design and facilitates with her team. [++]
Project management in Open-Air Museum
Some years ago, the general conception for the open-air museum “Hessenpark” has been successfully introduced. Time to look into the details, e.g. the ways of collaboration in projects! [++]
Collaboration between major cities and their neighbours has become a must for the development of attractive areas for living, business and culture. The ministry of urban development of the Land of Northrhine-Westphalia has launched a call for good practice and solutions for important challenges. Ursula Stein is appointed member of the jury.