Competition Entry Urban Development
The Ludwigsfelder Partitur project cre- ates a seamless connection between the existing settlement and the new expansion, nestled within its surround- ing environment. The development of building areas, mix of uses, mobility, and energy concepts are designed to generate synergies with the surround- ings and allow for adaptations in the future. The expansion enhances the living quality of the aging settlement while preserving the green space as a link between old and new. Emission-free usage, walkability, climate adaptation, social integration, and future viability are central principles. Traffic is shifted to the periphery, while public trans- portation is integrated through central routes. Active mobility is promoted, and parked vehicles are organized within neighborhood garages. Distinctive key spaces, diverse rooftop landscapes, and mobility hubs enrich the neighbor- hood. Various housing forms, private and communal zones, as well as neigh- borhood houses ensure diversity and adaptability. A thoughtful energy and climate concept ensures sustainabil- ity. The focus on commemorative sites, sound insulation, and diversity of use shapes the neighborhood as a vibrant and forward-looking district.
The Ludwigsfelder Partitur project relies on an advanced mobility con- cept. The expansion of the settlement is accessed via a new perimeter road for motorized individual traffic, while local traffic is directed through efficient and space-saving pathways. A well-devel- oped network of attractive pedestrian and cycling routes promotes connectiv- ity within the neighborhood and beyond. Public transportation options, such as buses and potentially trams in the long run, utilize the neighborhood boulevard as a primary route. Mobility hubs stra- tegically located throughout the neigh- borhood offer a range of services, from bicycle rentals to car-sharing and logis- tics services. These hubs encourage multimodality and intermodality, ensur- ing environmentally friendly mobility without the need for a personal car. The entire concept enhances active mobil- ity, reduces motorized traffic within the neighborhood, and skillfully integrates it with public transportation and the surrounding recreational areas.
Place: Munich, GER
Partner: Feld72, Treibhaus Landschaftsarchitektur, Arup