“Planen im Dialog” – städtebaulicher Qualitätsssicherungsprozess im oberen Hausfeld

our publication for the City of Vienna coming soon!

Master Class Ecuador ¡Viva la calle!

Our masterclasses in Ecuador were a great success!!

Check out the classes here:

Ecuador’s Urban Design Laboratory: Viva la calle! is part of a process of designing interventions aimed at improving public spaces and mobility in Ecuadorian cities, with a focus on community participation, inclusiveness, gender, sustainability and safe and active mobility. During the design process we work in close collaboration with the Autonomous Decentralized Governments and Universities in Ecuador. The main objective of this joint work is to create a portfolio of replicable interventions at the national level and to establish an academic network for the exchange of knowledge, design concepts and enrichment of architecture and urbanism curricula in Ecuador.

The Urban Design Lab Ecuador: Viva la calle! is divided into two parts: a first stage of master classes composed of international and local experts that will form the theoretical basis for a comprehensive and participatory learning in inclusive urban design of public spaces for mobility. And a second stage of practical workshops and urban design in which participants will have an immersive and practical experience on key tools and processes when carrying out a process of urban design and inclusive public space.

Urban Resilience Project in Asunción, Paraguay

We handed over to our client World Bank and MOCP Paraguay among others a very comprehensive urban development plan for the waterfront of Paraguays capital city Asunción which included the regeneration and redesign of the public spaces of the historic Center, the historic Parque Caballero, the design of a biosphere Park of the San Miguel bay and the urban design of a new waterfront neighbourhood in Chacarita.

What a participatory ride and we are happy about the outcome! Many thanks to our superwien team in Asuncion, Buenos Aires, Tirana and Vienna! What an effort!

Check out our video: https://vimeo.com/875540576/b169ae9bd8?share=copy

more infos: https://superwien.com/portfolio/urban-resilience-project-asuncion/

OUT NOW: Future Public Spaces

What is required to renew and articulate public spaces?

The need for, and demands of, public spaces are highly specific to the local spatial and social conditions under which people live. Action at neighborhood level is crucial, and must involve interacting and co-creating with residents to discover their needs. At the start of the pandemic, superwien was commissioned to develop innovative designs for urban public spaces in three different cities: Dhaka (Bangladesh), Maputo (Mozambique), and Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic). The main objective of this applied research was to strengthen the capacity of local governments to undertake participatory urban design processes. This book calls upon architects and urbanists to develop place-based solutions in challenging circumstances.

Click here for more information… 

NEW PUBLICATION: Metropolitan Design as a New Discipline

We are excited to announce the publication of the new MetroLab book!

This publication introduces the new discipline of metropolitan design by sharing innovative and international knowledge of interconnected mobility, balanced growth, resilient landscapes and integrated programming of metropolitan regions and provides co-creative tools to develop future-proof and highly liveable city regions.

Publishing in February 2023 by jovis.
Find more information here: https://www.jovis.de/en/books/metrolab.html

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