Development for STJG's brand new indoor skatepark in Stuttgart, Cannstatt. Optically strong and innovative in design. “Real-street”-looks brought to the indoors. Fine-tuned street-obstacles in the style of actual spots. Very likely Germany's best indoor skatepark. A ton of innovative street-creations balanced with lines in mind. Attention to details: 3rd & Army-manual-combo, “Kegel-Red-banks” to curb and brick China – all the way to “no parking-zone” and bus bay – street as it gets (indoors)! Plenty of pigmented concrete in red and anthracite, “brick” stamped surfaces and road-layout look. Premium indoor location right next to the Bad Cannstatt station. Design in tune with elect Stuttgart locals.
+ Format: Transparent Planning Office
In order to make participation processes in public space more accessible and easier for all parties to understand, we have developed the format of the transparent planning office. Here public planners and citizens come together directly at a (working) table not only to discuss ideas, but also to test their professional feasibility and to promote an understanding of feasibility limits: "Take a look at the plan here, where should it go, the city forest in the pedestrian zone? We can draw it in together..."
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Photos: Daniel Wagner
Client: Stuttgarter Jugendhaus gGmbH
Place: Stuttgart, GER