The project Park-House focuses on the question of how pocket parks can be created in inner-city situations that provide a high level of amenity and recreational value on a very small footprint as part of urban green infrastructure and play an active role regarding water management. The effort is to use existing building structures to make further use of the grey energy stored in the building stock, instead of investing primary energy in demolition and new construction. The Baubotanik intervention is expected to increase biodiversity and transform the site from a heat island into a cooling oasis in terms of urban climate. At the same time, the entire urban neighborhood will be upgraded, which can help to alleviate social problems.
Study within a research project
OLA - Office for Living Architecture
In cooperation with IGMA, Universität Stuttgart and ILPOE, Universität Stuttgart
Ministerium für Umwelt, Klima und Energiewirtschaft Baden-Württemberg Förderlinie KLIMOPASS - Klimawandel und modellhafte Anpassung in Baden-Württemberg