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Density and mixed-use: Innovative approaches to redensification in German and American cities Type: News Date: 09 December 2021

Project started: This project supports cities by exploring tools for building density and mixed-uses in both countries.

Density and mixed-use: Innovative approaches to redensification in German and American cities Type: Research Project

Innovative, diverse, livable, and sustainable is how we want our cities to grow; this requires a sustainable and resilient redensification strategy. The project "Density & Mixed-Use: Innovative Approaches to Redensification in German and American Cities" aims to …

Innovative, diverse, livable, and sustainable is how we want our cities to grow; this requires a sustainable and resilient redensification strategy. The project "Density & Mixed-Use: Innovative Approaches to Redensification in German and American Cities" aims to support networks between Germany and U.S. municipalities to explore (new) tools in both countries for building density.

Development of requirements for sustainable building for housing and funding programmes Type: Research Project

Against the background of increasing rents and the existing shortage of affordable housing in many large German cities and urban agglomerations, it is important to promote new dwellings that are both affordable and sustainable. The aim of the research project was to …

Against the background of increasing rents and the existing shortage of affordable housing in many large German cities and urban agglomerations, it is important to promote new dwellings that are both affordable and sustainable. The aim of the research project was to develop requirements for the sustainable planning and construction of multistorey residential buildings, based on the German …

Urban Gardening (with forest gardens) – Feasibility study Type: News Date: 05 November 2021

Project completed: The results of this project provide a comprehensive overview of the recent status of Urban Gardening in German cities. Furthermore, it was investigated how these - different - forms of gardening can continue to be supported and considered in a legal framework.

Urban Gardening (with forest gardens) – Feasibility study Type: Research Project

Urban gardening is a young, but for quite some time ongoing phenomenon that – to continue the metaphor – "grows and thrives", especially in large cities. The study provides an overview of the spread and typologies of urban gardening in Germany. It also identifies which …

Urban gardening is a young, but for quite some time ongoing phenomenon that – to continue the metaphor – "grows and thrives", especially in large cities. The study provides an overview of the spread and typologies of urban gardening in Germany. It also identifies which spaces are suitable for urban gardening, how it is currently financed and promoted, and what kind of support makes sense from the …

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Spatial development of Germany in Europe Type: Specialist article Date: 20 September 2021

The exhibition on spatial development in Germany and Europe was shown on the occasion of the opening of the Sino-German Research Center for Spatial Development and Architecture at the Southeast University (SEU) in Nanjing, China. It features knowledge about the German …

The exhibition on spatial development in Germany and Europe was shown on the occasion of the opening of the Sino-German Research Center for Spatial Development and Architecture at the Southeast University (SEU) in Nanjing, China. It features knowledge about the German planning system and spatial development trends mainly for a Chinese speaking and international audience.

Spatial development of Germany in Europe Type: News Date: 20 September 2021

The exhibition on spatial development in Germany and Europe, first shown at the Southeast University (SEU) in Nanjing, China, features knowledge about the German planning system and spatial development trends mainly for a Chinese speaking and international audience.

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