Pocket Mannerhatten – Implementation of collaborative urban structures and spacial sharing strategies at "Block 61"

A convincing strategy for facing the challenge of population growth on the one hand and shrinking and restructuring requirements on the other hand is the approach of a sensitive renewal and densification of existing neighbourhoods. In Vienna, the growth quarters (Gründerzeitviertel) are especially recommended for a small-scale adaption of existing uses and infrastructures as well as the integration of multiple expectant social groups and socio-cultural contexts in action. However there is a lack of innovative methods to solve these issues. Pocket Mannerhatten aims to meet this challenge with a socially innovative participatory organized urban development strategy based on the idea that small scale and adjacent plots are linked with each other regarding several functions and uses (space sharing). In an innovative way such building areas and functions, underground, open and green areas as well as energy and building services systems are linked. The architectural theory of conception of “

Last edited on 11/07/2019

Projektdaten – Umsetzungsprojekt im 9. Call

Project start 01.01.2018
Project end 31.12.2020
Approved funding € 649.931
Approved overall cost € 1.083.364

Consortium

tatwort Nachhaltige Projekte GmbH (consortium manager)
Arch. DI Florian Niedworok
Technische Universität Wien - Department für Raumplanung - Fachbereich Soziologie
Technische Universität Wien, Institut für Energiesysteme und Elektrische Antriebe (EEG)
Rechtsanwalt DDr. Gebhard Klötzl
GrünStattGrau Forschungs- und Innovations- GmbH

Project results

Contact

Project lead Julia Beck, BSc MA tatwort Nachhaltige Projekt GmbH +43 (0) 409 5581 - 224 +43 (0) 409 5581224 E-Mail