Integrated Study Project Urban Planning ISP2 | Next Generation | WS 23/24

Development areas in cities are becoming increasingly scarce and the demand for living space is rising. Dealing with the remaining space in cities is therefore a particular challenge. The creation of a high building density, the preservation of high-quality urban spaces and a design that is compatible with the urban climate are at the forefront. The assignment aims to discuss urban development issues in the Master's degree course in Urban Planning. The starting point is the redensification, repair and expansion of Stuttgart-Vaihingen's railroad station area, located southwest of the center of Stuttgart. The location is ideally connected, yet the MIV has a particularly high proportion and importance. Together with specialists from related urban planning disciplines (Sandra Patzelt/open space and landscape, Malte Novak/mobility and traffic and Olaf Hildebrandt/sustainability and energy), we are working in interdisciplinary teams to develop consistent, different attitudes and focal points and incorporate them into an urban design: Next Generation!

Students: Sarah Schuster, Luca Sophie Barth, Jan Essling, Sinem Gezener Sophia Hälterlein, Julius Jursch, Georgios Kapagiannidis, Lars Keller, Luise Lonnemann, Anna Herbert, Ümmü Gülsüm Özdemir, Miriam Porro, Daniel Schwörer, Fabiano Enrico Tavano, Sophia Reinisch, Jonas Zyder, Hannah Zimmermann, David Gschwind, Hanna Braun, Constantin Künster, Max Burow