Outside the Door

Visionäre Straßenräume für die Münchner Isarvorstadt

Semester Project M.A. Landscape Architektur, Winter Semester 2020/21


Although our cities were largely built at a time when there were no or very few cars, today almost exclusively motorized traffic characterizes the street space. Other functions and uses seem to have been marginalized by the traffic planning of recent decades. In times of smart mobility offers, climate change and an envisaged traffic turnaround, the demands on road space are becoming more diverse again. How can this work, who can use the space and how, and what can it look like - the street space of the future?


In the analysis phase, existing street spaces of the Gründerzeit district Isarvorstadt are portrayed and analyzed. Which room layouts existed in the past, which exist today and which users have which demands on the rooms? In the heart of the district, a new, mixed-use neighborhood is to be built in the next few years on the site of the former cattle yard - with traffic-calmed streets and exclusively underground parking. In the design part, exemplary street spaces and square sequences are to be developed on the basis of the urban master plan, freeing themselves from customary readings and responding to future concerns. The aim is to integrate historical components and to create attractive path connections into the existing district beyond the newly emerging neighborhood.


Prof. Regine Keller, Dipl.-Ing. Felix Lüdicke, M.A. Tobias Haag, Dr. -Ing. Benjamin Büttner, M.Sc. Ulrike Jehle

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