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Call for Projects 2014

Call for Projects 2014

Documents and material on the first IBA Call for Projects – ‘Zukunft StadtLand!’ – in 2014.

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Erfurt, Tallinner Straße

Erfurt, Tallinner Straße

Erfurt, Tallinner Straße

How will we live?

How we live is fundamental to human existence and as such also a fundamental aspect for the IBA Thüringen. In the 100-year history of the IBA exhibitions, housing projects have always played a central role. Houses and residential buildings of all kinds are defining for our built living environment. The future questions that the IBA Thüringen addresses – demographic change, financial conditions as well as the social dimension – all come together in this complex field.

The Kommunale Wohnungsgesellschaft mbH Erfurt, the city’s municipal housing association, is planning the development of a fundamentally new approach to affordable multi-storey housing. Taking the the form of a modular system, it aims to provide a basis for affordable but also individually adaptable multi-storey social housing. Until now, none of the available solutions have been economically feasible and affordable for this income segment without requiring state subsidies. The project aims to develop new serially-producible housing for this segment at an industrial scale making use of currently available and future technical possibilities. In addition, the conditions need to be established for serial production at a commercially viable scale.

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IBA Kandidat KoWo Erfurt erhält Fördermittel von über 400.000 Euro
24 February 2016

IBA Kandidat KoWo Erfurt erhält Fördermittel von über 400.000 Euro

Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Tobias Haag

Project director
Phone +49 3643 5831-67

tobias.haag@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Erfurt
Deutschland
Erfurt, Petersberg

Erfurt, Petersberg

Erfurt, Petersberg

How can we mark the middle of Thuringia?

Inspired by the technical and artistic notion of an ‘urban periscope’, an elevator in a wider sense is planned for Petersberg that provides a special experience – a view out over the wall of the citadel, for the eye and the mind. The Petersberg lies not only in the heart of Erfurt but also in the centre of Thuringia. It marks a spot where we can reflect on the nature of Thuringia and its two poles: the town and the country. With its historically-significant church, the Peterskirche, as a focal point for Thuringian history, and its military barracks, it represents an opportunity to reflect on the past, present and future.

Foto: Thomas Müller

An intensive process of discussion involving the citizens of Erfurt and experts from diverse fields will be initiated to identify the significance of the location of the Petersberg with a view to unlocking its intellectual and cultural potential, broadening horizons and raising receptiveness towards exceptional, experimental and innovative solutions. The holding of an ideas design competition has been put forward as a way of elaborating concrete proposals. The periscope also represents an opportunity to rediscover and reclaim the Petersburg for Erfurt as part of the BUGA 2021 Federal Horticultural Show.

Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Ulrike Rothe

Project director

Phone +49 3643 90088-12

ulrike.rothe@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Erfurt
Germany
Gera, New Centre

Urban Flashmob Gera im Oktober 2016 Logo

Urban Flashmob Gera im Oktober 2016 Logo
2016 eroberten die Geraer Bürger ihre Fläche mit einem 'Urban Flashmob', einer Kunstaktion des Büros Zuloark. Bei strömendem Regen kamen Hunderte mit bunten Regenschirmen. Drohnenaufnahme: Björn Walther

Gera, New Centre

Gera, New Centre

On a site on the edge of the centre of Gera, adjoining the Congress and Cultural Centre, 2.5 hectares of disused land are awaiting reactivation – indeed have been for 15 years. The city has struggled to find investors for its once vibrant centre for many years.

In 2014, committed citizens and entrepreneurs from Gera took things into their own hands. The association ‘Ja – für Gera’answered the IBA Thüringen’s call for projects and proposed the idea of a new ‘strong centre’. A Europan urban design competition followed in 2015, organised by the city, the association and a group of citizens, which generated ideas that fed into the following planning stages. In 2016, an urban flashmob saw the citizens take possession of the urban realm with hundreds of colourful umbrellas despite the pouring rain, and in 2017, an action week, this time in sweltering heat, enticed citizens to get involved. Two key exhibitions have also been organised to present and discuss the designs for Gera’s ‘Neue Mitte’. In 2018 the city council approved the master plan, followed by the draft of the development plan in 2019, paving the way for design competitions and the awarding of plots based on the proposed concepts.

The ‘New Centre’ is the largest urban development project in Gera since the BUGA National Garden Show in Gera and Ronneburg in 2007. The citizens of Gera, meanwhile, continue to actively participate in passionately debating the function and design of their inner city.

Foto: Thomas Müller

Geras Neue Mitte ist das größte Stadtentwicklungsprojekt seit der BUGA Gera-Ronneburg 2007.

Foto: Thomas Müller

Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Dr. Bertram Schiffers
Project director

Phone +49 3643 90088-14

bertram.schiffers@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Gera
Germany
Bedheim Castle, Sh/leep barn

Bedheim Castle, Sh/leep barn

Bedheim Castle, Sh/leep barn

How can one cultivate building culture in the countryside?

Many rural areas are mix of catalogue homes and DIY flair. Between them, however, there are people who strive to live and build sustainably – a particularly welcome development in the current climate, where an awareness of context and landscape and of regional skills and materials is more important than ever.

The architecture office of Gründer Kirfel in Bedheim is part of a growing scene of rural architects who are again turning to the practice of self-building. As the owners of Bedheim Castle, a former manor estate, they can look back on a rich cultural heritage – a heritage that requires corresponding management and care, both architecturally and economically. Their response was to build simple, good-quality architecture using regional materials. With considerable dedication and many helping hands, a unique new timber building has been erected on the site of a former sheep barn. It serves as a store for the products of the communally-run farm and as a meeting place for learning about and promoting building culture in the countryside.

Echoing the passing down of craftsmanship from generation to generation, the architects have made available the knowledge gathered during the project’s construction as an open source resource for all interested parties. As such, the project is a showcase for sustainability at all levels.

 

Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Tobias Haag

Project director

Phone +49 3643 5831-67

tobias.haag@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Schloss 1
98630 Bedheim
Germany
Main Partners

Familie Kirfel-Rühle von Lilienstern 
mit den Schlossbewohnern Anika Gründer, Nikola Mayer, Erik van der Werf
und dem Förderverein Schloss Bedheim e.V. gem.

Thuringia, 2000 churches

Thuringia, 2000 churches

Thuringia, 2000 churches

While churches invariably stand at the heart of their locality, their central role in society has shifted over time. In Thuringia, 99% of the nearly 2000 protestant churches are historic listed buildings. Architecturally and culturally, they serve as defining landmarks and bearers of identity but the sheer number of buildings in need of upkeep presents a challenge.
Aside from the expense of their maintenance, many are no longer regularly in use. As the number of churchgoers decreases, church congregations find it increasingly difficult to look after their treasured place of worship. The long-term consequence is a loss of key meeting places in the community.
Together with the Evangelical Church in Central Germany, the IBA Thüringen is seeking model ideas for empty churches that not only benefit the respective congregations but also offer contemporary perspectives for their use within the community. An open call for new, unconventional ideas in 2017 brought forth over 500 ideas that were presented in an exhibition in the Kaufmannskirche in Erfurt, seen by more than 20,000 people. Of the seven model projects that will be realised as part of the IBA process, two have been completed: the Art Chapel of St Anna in Krobitz and wayside shelter at St Michael’s Church in Neustadt am Rennsteig.

Dates 
19 September 2019 to 22 September 2019
Contact person 

Ulrike Rothe

Project director

Phone +49 3643 90088-12

ulrike.rothe@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Thüringen
Germany
Partners

Thüringer Staatskanzlei
Thüringer Landesamt für Denkmalpflege und Archäologie
Diakonie Mitteldeutschland                                                                     
Bischöfliches Bauamt
Regionale Partner aus Kirchengemeinden vor Ort
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Nordhausen, Climate culture

A town, university and region develop a new energy and landscape strategy together

Nordhausen, Climate culture

How can we achieve climate-neutral cities?

The city of Nordhausen, together with the University of Applied Sciences in Nordhausen, is aiming to become a model for the transition to new energy sources and new ways of conserving resources. Of central concern is to reduce the consumption of energy and resources and maximise the use of renewal energy sources. Nordhausen’s new strategy for the future acts at multiple levels across the realms of architecture, mobility, production and consumption, connecting them through concrete ideas.

The early 21st century is seeing an extension of urban ways of living into peripheral, rural areas. At the same time, a new relationship between the urban and rural is emerging, shaped by new forms of energy production and the management and conservation of resources. The generation and consumption of renewal energy sources will gradually change the face of urban structures and landscapes alike.

Die Nordhäuser Zukunftszeitung präsentiert die Ideen der Bürgerwerkstätten aus der Zukunftsperspektive.

Nordhausen verfolgt eine ganzheitliche Zukunftsstrategie für das Stadtland von morgen. Grafik: Jörn Gertenbach, Urban Catalyst Studio © BMBF

Neue Stoff- und Verbrauchskreisläufe sind Gegenstand des Handlungsfeldes ‚Wertstoffwende’. Grafik: Jörn Gertenbach, Urban Catalyst Studio © BMBF

The university and the city of Nordhausen, along with further local urban and rural participants, have been investigating what forms this could take. In 2015/16, as part of a state-funded future cities programme, an intensive consultation process was initiated with numerous stakeholders in the region of Nordhausen. The result is a holistic strategy for the future with four areas of action and numerous concrete project ideas:

‘StadtLand Communication’ is one such area of action. The intention is to promote awareness among local communities and the general public of the motivation behind the conservation of resources. As a result, the first Nordhausen Futures magazine was published in May 2016.

The ‘StadtLand Mobility’ area of action aims to make public transport in the region more attractive and more effective in its use of resources with a view to covering its costs in the long term. The introduction of a public transport ticket for local citizens is also under consideration.

To establish new material and consumption lifecycles, waste material needs to be understood as a valuable resource for exploitation and recycling. The ‘Transition to Recycling’ area of action is, therefore, examining new ideas for reusing and recycling waste material.

As part of the ‘Cultural Energy Landscape’ area of action, certain quarters in the city will undergo conversion to test principles for developing climate-neutral neighbourhoods. Two locations have been selected: Nordhausen Nord, a housing estate with prefabricated residential blocks at the northern fringe of the city centre and the currently run-down Altendorfer Kirchviertel area in the centre of Nordhausen.

Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Kerstin Faber
Project director
Phone +49 3643 90088-17
kerstin.faber@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Nordhausen
Germany
Rohrbach, Village infrastructure

Rohrbach, village infrastructure

Rohrbach, Village infrastructure

In times past, the landowners bathed in the water in the village but what flows along the Rossbach today is not so inviting. In addition to rainwater and water from the spring, the stream now also transports sewage from the village.

The situation is typical of many parts of Thuringia. Almost every third household in the state is not connected to a proper sewage treatment facility. The Chair of Urban Water Management at the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar has therefore developed a new system together with the Nordkreis Weimar Municipal Sewage Treatment Department, that permits the separate collection and regional reuse of grey water and black water. In addition to the installation of a multi-stage plant-based filtration treatment system, solids from the black water will be converted along with agricultural waste material into energy and fertiliser. This innovative process, however, requires changes to the institutional organisation and operation processes of sewage treatment.

The municipality intends to embed the new process in the landscape: the grounds of the former manor estate in Rohrbach, which previously served as an agricultural research institute, is particularly suitable as a contained space for experimentation. In the long term, this material cycle could help the village supply itself with energy and at the same time improve the ecological and tourism potential of the village.

Luftbild von Rohrbach. Foto: GDI Th

Ortseingang von Rohrbach

Schlosspark Rohrbach

Garten in Rohrbach

Stoffstromkreisläufe. Grafik: Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

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Brainstorming Ressourcenlandschaft der Zukunft
14 June 2016

Brainstorming Ressourcenlandschaft der Zukunft

Die Moderation wurde von Frau Dr. Darla Nickel und Frau Dr. Stephanie Bock vom Deutschen Institut für Urbanistik übernommen.

Brainstorming in alter IBA Geschäftsstelle

Nach einer ersten großen Brainstorming-Runde wurden die diskutierten Themen und Handlungsansätze am Nachmittag in drei Arbeitsgruppen vertieft. Nach einer Stunde intensiver Gruppenarbeit wurden die Ergebnisse vorgestellt. Die IBA Thüringen und der IBA Kandidat nutzten die Gelegenheit, um erste Überlegungen zu aus eigener Sicht verfolgens- und besonders bemerkenswerten Ideen aus dem Brainstorming zu äußern und den Mehrwert für die weitere Programm- und Projektarbeit herauszustellen.Als Ergebnis des Brainstormings wird eine Dokumentation erarbeitet, die Grundlage für die weitere Projektqualifizierung sein wird. Das Büro 'dreigegeneinen GbR' aus Berlin wird die Ergebnisse in einem Bild grafisch aufbereiten.

Downloads 
Bürgerinformationsveranstaltung Rohrbach
15 February 2016

Bürgerinformationsveranstaltung Rohrbach

Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Dr. Bertram Schiffers
Project director

Phone +49 3643 90088-14

bertram.schiffers@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Weimarer Land
Germany
Schwarzatal, The region

Schwarzatal, The region

Schwarzatal, The region

Up until the reunification of Germany, the Schwarzatal valley on the northern edge of the hilly Schiefergebirge region was one of the most popular holiday destinations in the GDR. Highly-prized for its cool climes, it had been a flourishing summer retreat for holiday guests since the 19th century.
To develop a sustainable vision for the region and its landscape, the ‘Zukunftswerkstatt Schwarzatal’ association organised a cooperative workshop in 2018 in collaboration with the Saalfeld-Rudolstadt LEADER action group and with support from the government’s MORO spatial planning action programme and the IBA Thüringen. Four international landscape architecture offices were invited to work together with local stakeholders, from which a concept emerged – developed by ‘MAN MADE LAND’ and ‘fabulism’ – that envisages the 140-kilometre-long Schwarzatal Panoramic Trail as a connecting element. The landscape architects proposed a range of smaller and larger interventions to bring out the qualities of the landscape. The first of these acupuncture-like insertions is to be realised in 2019.
The landscape is the uniting element that fosters local identification and shapes the image of the region. To attract new guests to this traditional cultural landscape, with Schwarzburg Castle at its centre, the Schwarzatal is reinventing itself – at a regional scale.

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Zukunftswerkstatt tagt zu Fragen von Trägerstrukturen im Rahmen des IBA Kandidaten ‚Resilientes Schwarzatal’
15 June 2016

Zukunftswerkstatt tagt zu Fragen von Trägerstrukturen im Rahmen des IBA Kandidaten ‚Resilientes Schwarzatal’

Zukunftskapital Sommerfrische
01 June 2016

Zukunftskapital Sommerfrische

Erste IBA Projekte nominiert
21 March 2016

Erste IBA Projekte nominiert

Im Jahr 2016 wird das Baufeld I ‚Verkehrsverknüpfungspunkt‘ realisiert. Ab 2017 wird das Bahnhofsgebäude mit seinem direkten Umfeld umgestaltet, um den Betrieb als BahnHofladen aufzunehmen. Prof. Dr. Rolf Kuhn, Mitglied des IBA Fachbeirats: „Der BahnHofladen und der Verkehrsverknüpfungspunkt Bahnhof Rottenbach sind logistisch, inhaltlich und baukulturell für die Gesamtmaßnahme ‚Resilientes Schwarzatal‘ von zentraler Bedeutung. Sie sind als Ausgangspunkt der Schwarzatalbahn ein Tor in die Tourismusregion Schwarzatal mit dem international bedeutenden Demokratie-Ort Schwarzburg.“

Sommerfrische-Architektur im Schwarzatal
23 July 2015

Sommerfrische-Architektur im Schwarzatal

Dornburg, Historical estates

Dornburg, Historical estates

Dornburg, Historical estates

Perched high up on the ledge of a steep limestone ridge overlooking the Saale valley is a row of three castles, with the Old Castle at one end. It is a perfect spot to while away a few hours in the sun or enjoy the well-kept gardens and panoramic view across the valley. The Old Castle, now restored, has been used by the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena since 2005 as a conference centre and meeting location but it provides no overnight accommodation.

Behind the Old Castle is the Dornburg Estate, an ensemble of buildings including the former granary, tenant’s house, old pharmacy, manor and a row of barns. Unlike the castles, the buildings are in a state of disrepair. Formerly used to supply the university in Jena, the estate was used for agricultural purposes during GDR times, but has remained vacant since German reunification. The municipality of Dornburg-Camburg, the Friedrich Schiller University and the Thuringian Castles and Gardens Foundation are working together with the IBA Thuringia to revitalise the empty estate buildings. The reactivation of historical sites for use by public institutions establishes synergies and reciprocal connections between the town and country. Various scenarios are in discussion ranging from the expansion of the university’s facilities to include overnight accommodation, to the refurbishment of the individual historical buildings as a place for working and living.

As flexible working patterns become more widespread and people become more mobile, the connection between Jena and Dornburg can benefit from the potential of the urban-rural StadtLand of Thuringia. Few places offer the opportunity to switch so easily between the high-tech facilities of the present day and historical legacy of the past.

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StadtLand Gespräch Dornburg
12 September 2015

StadtLand Gespräch Dornburg

Die Mobile Architektur zum Stadtland Gespräch in Dornburg.

Blick aufs Land mit dem Periskop der mobilen StadtLand-Architektur.

Podium des Gesprächs: Frank Baumgarten, Vorstand Stiftung Landleben; Dr. Reimar Molitor, Geschäftsführender Vorstand Region Köln/Bonn; Dorothea Storch, Bürgermeisterin Dornburg-Camburg; Prof. Dr. Walter Rosenthal, Präsident Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena; Clemens Böhmer, Architekt und Vorstand ‚Ein Dorf wird Wirt’ Dorfsaal Altenau eG; Kerstin Faber, Projektleiterin IBA Thüringen; Dr. Marta Doheler-Behzadi, Geschäftsführerin IBA Thüringen.

  1. Parallel zum IBA StadtLand Gespräch wurden die Studentenarbeiten 'Schöner Wohnen bei Dornröschen' der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Professur Entwerfen und Wohnungsbau, als Ausstellung öffentlich präsentiert.

Das IBA StadtLand Gespräch in Dornburg wurde durch die Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) gefördert.

Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Tobias Haag

Project director
Phone +49 3643 5831-67

tobias.haag@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Dornburg-Camburg
Germany
Weimar, StadtLand School

Weimar, StadtLand School

Weimar, StadtLand School

Investment in schools in Germany has trailed behind new developments for several decades, leaving many municipalities facing major challenges. In addition, the existing school building regulations no longer meet current teaching standards, educational formats and inclusion requirements.
This was the starting point for the IBA StadtLand School project on the outskirts of Weimar. In an extensive participation process, the town, teachers, parents and pupils of the Jenaplan School came together to discuss their needs and expectations and the corresponding building requirements. A team of experts is now translating these into a concrete building project. The knowledge gained concerning aspects such as use concepts and spatial configurations will also be documented and made accessible to others in the form of an open-source planning toolkit for future school building projects. The intention is to help other municipalities and planners benefit from useful experience and to save costs.
The project is being carried out in close cooperation and with support from the Montag Stiftung Jugend und Gesellschaft, which has many years’ experience in the field of modern teaching concepts and school construction.

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Startschuss für Pilotprojekt ‚Inklusive Schulen planen und bauen’
20 June 2016

Startschuss für Pilotprojekt ‚Inklusive Schulen planen und bauen’

Übergabe der Urkunde von Barbara Pampe an Bürgermeister Peter Kleine.

Die schuleigene Elephant Band sorgt für den musikalischen Rahmen.

Mitmach-Konzert vor dem Pavillon auf dem Schulhof, einem von Studierenden der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar mit Schülern der Jenaplanschule gemeinsam geplanten Bau, in dem der weitere Schulumbauprozess diskutiert und geplant wird.

Rundgang der Planungsgruppe über das Schulgelände.

Planungsgruppe in einem Klassenzimmer.

Das Umbauvorhaben ist seit 2014 als StadtLandSchule Kandidat der Internationalen Bauausstellung Thüringen. Die Förderung durch die Montag Stiftung trägt dazu bei, das Vorhaben zur Projektreife zu führen und bis 2019 auch baulich in die Wege zu leiten. 

Bericht über die Feier von Radio Lotte Weimar

IBA Kandidat 'StadtLandSchule' ausgezeichnet
19 May 2016

IBA Kandidat 'StadtLandSchule' ausgezeichnet

Schlüsselübergabe für das StadtLandSchullabor auf dem Campus der Jenaplanschule
09 July 2015

Schlüsselübergabe für das StadtLandSchullabor auf dem Campus der Jenaplanschule

Projektbeteiligte nach der Schlüsselübergabe des StadtLandSchullabors. Foto: Michael Romstöck

Foto: Michael Romstöck

Foto: Michael Romstöck

Die StadtLandSchule ist auch Thema im Journal der Bauhaus-Universität Weimar (S. 80 bis 83): Zum Bauhaus.Journal 

Baubeginn des StadtLandSchullabors
25 June 2015

Studierende der Bauhaus-Universität realisieren Pavillon auf dem Campus der Jenaplanschule

Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Tobias Haag

Project director
Phone +49 3643 5831-67

tobias.haag@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Am Hartwege 2
99425 Weimar
Germany
Leubinger Fürstenhügel Motorway Services

Leubinger Fürstenhügel Motorway Services

Leubinger Fürstenhügel Motorway Services

In the immediate vicinity of an important archaeological site from the early Bronze Age, a new concept for a modern motorway service station is being built at ‘Leubinger Fürstenhügel’ on the A71 motorway.

In 2014, the DEGES, the United Germany Highways Planning and Construction Agency, in cooperation with the IBA Thüringen, announced an interdisciplinary design competition for the design of the motorway service station. The competition procedure, which is rare for service areas but represents an important step towards improving the architectural quality of infrastructure facilities, invited entries from interdisciplinary teams of architects, landscape architects and communications designers. The prizewinning design embeds the ensemble of services buildings in the context of the gently undulating hilly landscape and its historical background.

As the concession holder, Shell Oil Germany will operate the motorway services for a period of approximately 30 years. From 2020 onwards, a stopover at the motorway services on the A71 promises to be a new, memorable experience.

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Tank- und Rastanlage ‚Leubinger Fürstenhügel’: Ausstellungseröffnung und Preisverleihung
15 June 2015

Tank- und Rastanlage ‚Leubinger Fürstenhügel’: Ausstellungseröffnung und Preisverleihung

Im Rahmen des Festaktes wurde zugleich die aus dem Wettbewerb hervorgegangene Ausstellung in der Landesvertretung des Freistaats Thüringen beim Bund eröffnet.

Im Anschluss an die Preisverleihung geht die Wanderausstellung mit den Beiträgen aller Wettbewerbsteilnehmer auf Tournee: Bis zum 2. Juli 2015 ist sie im 1. Obergeschoss der Vertretung des Freistaates Thüringen beim Bund, Mohrenstraße 64, in Berlin zu sehen. Danach geht es weiter zum Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur in Bonn sowie nach Sömmerda, Erfurt und Weimar. Ein genauer Plan wird noch bekannt gegeben.

Programm der Eröffnung

Projektleitung: Britta Sauter (DEGES), Ulrike Rothe (IBA Thüringen)

Wettbewerb um Tank- und Rastanlage ‚Leubinger Fürstenhügel’ entschieden
06 May 2015

Wettbewerb um Tank- und Rastanlage ‚Leubinger Fürstenhügel’ entschieden

Preisgerichter, Sachverständige und Vorprüfung
Fachpreisrichter
Prof. Undine Giseke, Landschaftsarchitektin/Berlin
Andrea Gebhard, Landschaftsarchitektin/München
Amandus Sattler, Architekt/München
Prof. Ulf Hestermann, Architekt/Erfurt
Tom Unverzagt, Kommunikationsdesigner/Leipzig

Sachpreisrichter
Jürgen Abs, Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur/Bonn
Dr. Marta Doehler-Behzadi, IBA Thüringen/Weimar
Ralf Hauboldt, Bürgermeister Stadt Sömmerda
Lutz Irmer, Thüringer Ministerium für Infrastruktur und Landwirtschaft/Erfurt

Stellvertretende Fachpreisrichter
Katy Müller, Kommunikationsdesignerin/Leipzig
Michael Rommel, Architekt/Erfurt
Wolfram Stock, Landschaftsarchitekt/Jena

Stellvertretende Sachpreisrichter
Bernhard Heitele, IBA Thüringen/Weimar
NN, Bundesministerium für Verkehr und digitale Infrastruktur/Bonn
Otto Rosenstiehl, Stadt Sömmerda
Bernd Rothe, DEGES/Berlin

Sachverständige
Uwe Kettnaker, Thüringer Lnadesverwaltungsamt, Obere Naturschutzbehörde/Weimar
Dr. Mario Küßner, Thüringer Landesamt für denkmalpflege und Archäologie/Weimar

Vorprüfung
PAD .Baum .Freytag .Leesch Architekten & Stadtplaner BDA
unter Mitwirkung von
PSL Landschaftsarchitekten .Ziegenrücker .Kerl

Interdisciplinary Planning Competition for Filling Station and Restaurant 'Leubinger Fürstenhügel'
10 November 2014

Interdisciplinary Planning Competition for Filling Station and Restaurant 'Leubinger Fürstenhügel'

  1. Further information:
  2. DEGES website
  3. Call for proposals
Dates 

Momentan keine Termine

Contact person 

Ulrike Rothe

Project director

Phone +49 3643 90088-12

ulrike.rothe@iba-thueringen.de

Location 
Germany
Competition organiser on behalf of the Free State of Thuringia

Deutsche Einheit Fernstraßenplanungs- und -bau GmbH; DEGES Projektleiterin Britta Sauter

Hintergrund

Projects

IBA Projects, Candidates and Areas of Expectation

The IBA Thüringen’ s projects come about in different ways. In 2014, the ‘Zukunft STADTLAND!’ state-wide call for projects resulted in the nomination of 16 IBA Candidate projects and the formulation of 3 IBA Areas of Expectation by the IBA’s Advisory Council. In addition, the IBA Thüringen identifies furthers areas of action and investigation, seeks partners for specific projects and also undertakes self-initiated projects. Ideas and proposals that are promising and unconventional are first nominated as IBA Candidates. As they progress and demonstrate their innovative potential, good design and feasibility, they are put forward for realisation as IBA Projects.

IBA Projects are about promoting high standards. They should be radical in their approach, forward-looking, especially with respect to the themes and aims of the IBA, creative in the implementation and of an excellent design standard. They should be regional in their focus but global in their outlook. They should be willing to depart from the beaten path and act as beacons of good planning and building both in terms of their process and end product. The IBA Projects are intended as model examples of transformation in the realms of town and country. Through their approach and quality of design they should have the potential to act as an ‘open source’ of inspiration for other similar projects, locally as well as internationally.