M1: Redevelopment of a hospital area, SindelfingenCopyright: Stampe
Summer Semester 2020
Term: one Semester
Against the background of the merger of the Sindelfingen and Böblingen clinics in a new building, the current Sindelfingen hospital area is expected to become vacant from 2024. As in other cities, there is hardly any space left for settlement development in the Sindelfingen core city. Against the background of the tension between inner development and pressure of use, the site is therefore of particular importance for further urban development.
The project "Conversion of the Sindelfingen hospital area" is to become part of the IBA 2027, which will take place in the Stuttgart region. Therefore, impulses for the development of special qualities and innovative project approaches are to be developed for the planning area.
The approximately 8-hectare site is situated in an elevated position on a mountain slope and is surrounded by local recreational and forest areas. This offers exciting views in all directions and potential for possible uses. At the same time there is an integrated location in the city area due to the proximity to Sindelfingen city centre, which is only a few minutes' walk away.
The task is to develop an urban development concept for the conversion and reorganisation of the hospital area. The aim is to develop a sustainable and innovative urban quarter, which includes residential areas but also a variety of supplementary uses: Against the background of increasing globalisation and digitalisation, a new interpretation of the coexistence of living and working is to be developed. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate how a novel and long-term sustainable mix of uses can look like and which commercial and complementary uses are conceivable in which proportion. The preservation, conversion or demolition of existing buildings is to be examined and individually integrated into the design concept.
Due to the elevated location of the planning area, the issue of mobility is also of particular importance, for which innovative approaches are to be developed. The topics of open space design and use as well as energy supply can also be examined in the course of the concept.
|Monday||20th of April 2020||10 o'clock||Introduction||Skype|
|Monday||4th of May 2020||to be announced||Interim Colloquium||will follow soon|
|Monday||8th of June 2020||to be announced||Interim Colloquium||will follow soon|
|Monday||6th of July 2020||to be announced||Interim Colloquium||will follow soon|
|Monday||24th of August 2020||to be announced||Colloquium||will follow soon|
|Consultations on Monday||at the Chair|