STADTPILOT RothNEUsiedl WIEN // Sustainable urban development - 29.09.2023
What can a new city section do better than a converted city?
We are looking for answers to this based upon the example of the Stadtpilot RothNEUsiedl Wien.
Four teams were selected to think about the new district.
The new city is based on short distances and urban density. Its compact core is embedded in a “Green Ring”, open in all directions and with a variety of open spaces. Schools and kindergartens are arranged along the edges of the ring, creating a natural connection between greenspace and city centre. Other smaller districts connect to the centre, offering an expanded range of apartments and facilities. To the east, additional areas are being planned as a garden city. The adjacent commercial zone in the east allows for an urbane mix of businesses.
“The central idea is a compact city that uses its ground resources with sensitivity and care, arranged in a centre surrounded by neighbourhood sub-centres, wholly dedicated to the concept of a sustainable and climate-friendly district. The coordination of greenspace, water, buildings, and mobility is highly important in this model climate-friendly district, from the overall structural panning to the detailed neighbourhoods and greenspaces. This design has great potential for climate-friendly mobility due to its short commutes and the minimisation of sealed streets in favour of greenspaces,” commented the jury.
LINK to the online exhibition https://rothneusiedl.wienwirdwow.at/planungsideen/b/
O&O Baukunst together with capatti staubach urbane Landschaften