Prize and Recognition for Students at this Year's Schlaun Competition© Hannah Meichßner + Thilo Loose
Under the title "Triology for Dortmund", students were asked in the WS21/22 competition to design ideas for the Hafen and Klöhne area in Dortmund. In the field of urban design and landscape planning, our students were able to prevail.
2nd prize / Subtask Harbor
Thilo Loose and Hannah Meichßner
supervised by Dipl.-Ing. Bauauss. Stefan Krapp
And for the Recognition / Subtask Klönne
supervised by Prof. Christa Reicher and Prof. Dr-Ing. Elisabth Beusker
Port Transformed - Dortmund's New Anchor in the North
a design by Thilo Loose and Hannah Meichßner
The promenade with its buildings separating it from Mallinckrodtstraße is the new backbone of the harbor area, to which the further north-south oriented development connects. The open spaces in the direction of Deusenberg are connected and a new unsealed counterpart to the "hard" harbor edge is created with the "Green U". The "Old Port Authority" with its high historical significance is thus further emphasized. The "Hafenhalbinsel" (harbor peninsula) has become a new small-scale, mixed-use, creative quarter for start-ups, artists* and craftsmen* and manufactures, which is attractively connected to the surrounding area. The existing warehouses and port buildings have been repurposed and complemented by new shells that house different new, diverse, small-scale and dynamic uses. Smaller, modular built-ins can flexibly respond to future use demands. Car-free interstitial spaces allow for interactive exchanges among the new users* in the neighborhood. Green spaces along the waterfront skilfully embed the historic buildings and create places of identification and a high quality of stay. The existing plans for the ICE plant and the Lower and Upper Speicherstrasse are integrated and will be realized.