What uses can activate the Chapel in Sheridan Park?


City of Augsburg (Urban planning office)

Project period

November 2023 — February 2024


Concept study, workshop

Working method

Working Lab, Stakeholder-Workshop, Mapping


Utilisation study

Our expertise

Location activation




An initial workshop with a concept study.

The study develops utilisation options for the derelict Chapel in Sheridan Park. The workshop picks up on public welfare-orientated needs from the surrounding area and the city of Augsburg. In co-operation with specialist departments, unused needs and potential for young adults, families and senior citizens will be identified.

The extent to which public-civic partnership models can represent a resilient perspective for co-operative development in conjunction with initiatives, associations and other alliances will also be examined.

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