Urban Shrinkage


Urban shrinkage as a chance for the cityscape?
The “Transformation Landscape” concept spotlights the left over spaces, and the landscapes in transition and in waiting.

borders potentials
Focus is the integrative potential of borders in cityscape structures in the context of current cityscape transformation processes.

shrinking and upgrading
How can we upgrade open spaces created through current urban shrinking processes?

5 November 2015

@ Brandenburg
University of Technology

Lecture “Soft Urbanism” at the symposium “City Borders: Strategies for the Brandenburg cityscapes and landscapes” at the Brandenburg University of Technology in Cottbus on November 5th 2015.

Prof. Dr. Jörg Steinbach, President of the Brandenburg University of Technology
Egbert Thiele, Cottbus Municipality
Prof. Heinz Nagler, Brandenburg University of Technology
Prof. Dr. Carlo W. Becker, Brandenburg University of Technology
Prof. Dipl-Ing. Elizabeth Sikiaridi, Hybrid Space Lab
Prof. Dr. Sören Schöbel-Rutschmann, Technical University of Munich
Prof. Dr. Michael Koch, Hafencity University Hamburg
Lena Flamm and Christine Fuhrmann, Brandenburg University of Technology
Anne Fellner, Eberswalde Municipality
Frank Hein, Schwedt Municipality
Pia von Zadow, pia von zadow landscape architects
Dr. Andreas Heinrich, Prenzlau Municipality
Hans-Joachim Stricker, Ministry of Infrastructure and Spatial Planning Brandenburg