The design for the residential development is based on two local boundary conditions: first, the scenic and imposing forest edge in the south and, secondly, the typical Wolfsburg mixture of different types of housing developments that surround the site. Densely built, terraced “green living” is proposed in the form of a “patchwork” of different types of housing (and therefore users), different public and neighbourhood spaces at various heights and a rhythmic mix of buildings and vegetation.
The Patchwork fits into the surrounding development pattern and creates a differentiated living environment that can easily become a community and a home, through the variety of different open spaces and local pathways.
Urban Planning Assessment Procedure, Urban Masterplan and Design Guidelines
Client: City of Wolfsburg
Program:Â ca. 850 Residential Units
Plot Area: 13,4 ha
Team: Sabine MĂŒller, Andreas Quednau, Jorge Valiente Oriol, Lorenzo Ciccu, Irene Frassoldati, Nadja Rothe
in collaboration with Atelier Dreiseitl (landscape) and Fondation Kybernetik with Balck + Partner, Facility Engineering (energy).
Team: Sabine MĂŒller, Andreas Quednau, Christina Thanner, Jan-Erik Raupach
in collaboration with Atelier Dreiseitl (landscape), Buro Happold.
Urban Planning Assessment Procedure
Team: Sabine MĂŒller, Andreas Quednau, Anna Kostreva, Winston Hampel
in collaboration with Anna Viader (landscape) and Kopperroth (sustainability).
Urban Masterplan (PDF 35,8 MB in German only)
Design Guidelines 1: Overall concept and atmosphers (PDF 66,4 MB in German only)
Design Guidelines 2: Building blocks and typologies (PDF 103 MB in German only)
Design Guidelines 3: Public and private open spaces (PDF 13,9 MB in German only)