Master Thesis | Daniel Klaus, Chris Philipp & Jan Tondera | 4th semester | winter semester 2021/22

The assignment deals with the site of a disused phosphate feed factory in Rüdersdorf, located on the eastern outskirts of Berlin. The buildings served as a popular film set for numerous movies, and the open-pit lime mining and construction industries shaped the area.

To counteract climate change, a change in people's minds must happen. Our approach is to introduce a post-school climate service. Young adolescents learn a grandchild-friendly circular economy using crucial knowledge and tools. Brownfields are ideally suited as climate service sites. With the industrial wasteland Rüdersdorf an exemplary reactivation is explained and deepened on the basis of the culture reactor, the former mixing plant. The Master Thesis received several awards, both at the AIV-Schinkel competition in the Urban Planning category and at the prestigious wa-Award on the topic of "Architecture in Planetary Boundaries".

The thesis was supervised by Prof. Philipp Dechow and Prof. Harald Roser.