Hilgenfeld | Frankfurt

3. Prize | In collaboration with Dirschl.federle Architects

The design focuses on connecting the individual residential areas by creating a green link between the public open spaces. The resulting cross-connection, which includes occasional extensions and squares, is intended to increase the proportion of greenery in the neighbourhood and create meeting places. In addition, certain areas offer space for play and sports facilities. Retention areas are intended to store rainwater locally so that it can evaporate or seep away with a time delay.
Kornblumenplatz forms the heart of the neighbourhood. Here, cafés and commercial areas are intended to enhance the quality of life. Planting areas on the edges of the square round off the concept.


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