The study develops possible uses for the derelict Chapel in the Sheridan Park. The workshop addresses the needs of the local community and the city of Augsburg. In cooperation with different public departments, unused needs and potential for young adults, families and senior citizens are being identified. The extent to which public-civic partnership models can represent a resilient perspective for cooperative development in conjunction with initiatives, associations and other alliances will also be examined.
Feasibility Study on Urban Gardening and Indoor Farming in the Innercity of Wilhelmshaven
Wilhelmshaven wants to counteract the inner-city vacancy by Urban Gardening and Vertical Farming. Together with paper planes e.V. and the AAA GmbH from Bremen, we are examining location conditions and utilization options. Citizens should participate and become consumers.
Client: City of Wilhelmshaven
Feasibility study for a market hall in the “Neue Mitte Garbsen”.
The concept study aims to anchor the cross-cultural topic of food in the Neue Mitte Garbsen. The results of the mapping of regional market and development potentials, the expert interviews with regional producers were able to identify high potentials and target groups for regionally produced food.
Client: City of Garbsen
Feasibility study for a creative quarter in Rostock
The subject of the study is the evaluation of possible locations for a new creative quarter in the Hanseatic City of Rostock. An evaluation basis is made for five given location alternatives that are available for selection. The results propose a justified preferred variant to the city council.
Client: Urban development of the city of Rostock
Revitalisation of inner-city spaces? A digital Hackathon provides solutions
Multiplicities is designing and moderating a "digital hackathon" for the EU Interreg project "CINEMA" in 2020-21. The results will be exhibited in public space and invite the city's residents to in turn add to them, comment on them and negotiate them further as a city community.
Client: Hochschule der Medien / Wirtschaftsregion Stuttgart