Spatial structure Open spaces Urban district

Garden City of the 21st century

The site of Fischbeker Reethen in Hamburg's district Harburg is being developed into a residential and business location with the aim of transforming it into a ‘Garden City of the 21st Century’. Within this reinterpretation of the Garden City, the 70 hectare area at the edge of the metropolitan city of Hamburg will accommodate a total of 2.200 apartments, 100.000 m2 for small production industries and almost 200.000 m2 highly diverse landscape spaces.

The urban concept reveals a new way of mixing functions for living and working in the Garden City 2.0. It is based on a robust spatial structure that responds to the existing landscape qualities...

Location
  • Hamburg, Germany
Client
  • IBA Hamburg
Year
  • 2016 - Ongoing
Status
  • Ongoing
Program
  • 70 ha urban plan 2.200 apartments, 100.000 m2 small production industries , 200.000 m2 landscape spaces
Disciplines
  • Urban Design
Collaborators
  • Collaborator: Kunst+Herbert
  • Rainwater management: Büro Sieker, Berlin
  • Traffic: ARGUS, Hamburg
  • Energy and sustainability: Keoto, Zurich
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