Vision for the Heinrich-Heine-Platz, Düsseldorf, Germany

City centre, Düsseldorf, Germany

Project

Urban design study

On behalf of Forum Stadtmarketing e.V.

ethical

  • Path optimization for pedestrians at Heinrich-Heine-Platz
  • Separation of traffics and pedestrians
  • Infrastructure node becomes a public place with urban quality
  • Accessibility

ecological

  • Use of existing infrastructures and constructions
  • Wooden construction as outdoor staircase with viewing platform in roundabout (renewable resources)
  • Roundabout to reduce noise and air pollution
  • Observation platform with solar cells gains energy during the day for the night illumination of the Heinrich-Heine-Galerie
  • Rainwater is getting collected and used to water the plants
  • Natural ventilation and illumination
  • Concept follows the cradle to cradle principle

efficient

  • The modular construction at Heinrich-Heine-Platz enables prefabrication, rapid assembly and complete demolition or reuse
  • Construction can be operated with low energy

GFA

Design team

Marc Böhnke, Mario Reale, Marlen Lienkamp, Lia Polczyk

Planer

Konzept3D (visualization)

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