Europan 12 proposes to explore the question of time with a view to making the city more adaptable. One of the sites proposed by the organization is Kristinehamn (Sweden).
If you are working on a project for this site, have a look at the project Gleisdreieck park, by Atelier Loidl, in Berlin. This park forms part of the recent network of green spaces built on Berlin downtown voids. Following German reunification there was a need to adapt the infrastructures to the new reality of a city that was no longer divided. The obsolescence of some sections and stations has enabled railway tracks to be occupied by public space, set on plateaus several metres above street level. Here, the existing trees have been preserved as a thick belt sheltering a large clearing, an interior meadow offering multiple uses.
See more pages of the project published in Strategy Public.
More information about Europan 12, here.