Presenting the project “Large housing estates of the future” at the Federal Ministry of Housing, Urban Development and Building (BMWSB) in Berlin

Presenting the project “Large housing estates of the future” at the Federal Ministry of Housing, Urban Development and Building (BMWSB) in Berlin

April 16, 2024

The project “Large housing estates of the future” focused on large housing estates as a type of neighborhood and examined their potential as a building block for sustainable and future-proof urban development. To this end, the project explored the question of what makes large housing estates attractive and what a transformation of the neighborhoods can look like with regard to the aforementioned objectives. We reported on this project and several related events. See here:

https://remote-sensing.org/parliamentary-evening-in-berlin-on-large-housing-estates-of-the-future/

https://remote-sensing.org/final-workshop-of-the-project-large-housing-estates-of-the-future-on-21-03-2023-in-the-baukunstarchiv-in-dortmund/

 

On 16.04.2024, the project partners – the RWTH Aachen, Reicher Haase Assozierte, the Sachverständigen Büro für Luftbildauswertung- und Umweltfragen (SLU) and the German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD) of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) – had the opportunity to present the study at the Federal Ministry of Housing, Urban Development and Building (BMWSB) in Berlin. The discussion focused on whether we should build large housing estates again in Germany and how we can convert existing estates in a future-oriented way.

 

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