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Isabel Zintl, Simon Treml

sisyphos stuttgart

http://www.vertikalerfreiraum.de

Mönchstraße 5, Stuttgart, Germany
After an apprenticeship as a florist, I received my Bachelor in Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning and in 2015 completed my Master in Architecture and Urban Design. In addition to my work in Zurich, Basel and Munich I also worked as a research assistant at the University of Stuttgart and at the University of Applied Sciences in Nürtingen. Now I am working as a scientific Assistant at the Institute of Urban Planning at the University of Stuttgart. Sisyphos stuttgart was founded in 2015.

Vertical open spaces


Densification of open spaces

Vertical open spaces


Densification of open spaces
Vertical open space = an answer for increasing building density
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The ‘Renaissance of the Cities’ increases the density of metropolises worldwide. An ever growing structural density leaves less room for new open spaces in the city. In addition, the urban population’s desire for more qualified open spaces is growing. It is harder to find places for new open spaces and thus it is time to leave the traditional ways of creating and developing new open spaces in order to take the chance to generate them where they were previously impossible.

The aim is to create a ‘plus’ of available open spaces on the same area and to use the opportunities of the z-axis in the urban development to raise once inaccessible space potential. The vertical open space is a symbiosis of built and open space, and therefore the combination of architecture and the objectives of landscape architecture.


Vertical open spaces


Densification of open spaces

Vertical open spaces


Densification of open spaces
Vertical open space = an answer for increasing building density
File under

The ‘Renaissance of the Cities’ increases the density of metropolises worldwide. An ever growing structural density leaves less room for new open spaces in the city. In addition, the urban population’s desire for more qualified open spaces is growing. It is harder to find places for new open spaces and thus it is time to leave the traditional ways of creating and developing new open spaces in order to take the chance to generate them where they were previously impossible.

The aim is to create a ‘plus’ of available open spaces on the same area and to use the opportunities of the z-axis in the urban development to raise once inaccessible space potential. The vertical open space is a symbiosis of built and open space, and therefore the combination of architecture and the objectives of landscape architecture.



Idea by

Isabel Zintl, Simon Treml
sisyphos stuttgart
Mönchstraße 5
Stuttgart
Germany
After an apprenticeship as a florist, I received my Bachelor in Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning and in 2015 completed my Master in Architecture and Urban Design. In addition to my work in Zurich, Basel and Munich I also worked as a research assistant at the University of Stuttgart and at the University of Applied Sciences in Nürtingen. Now I am working as a scientific Assistant at the Institute of Urban Planning at the University of Stuttgart. Sisyphos stuttgart was founded in 2015.