First Meeting, WGs "Open Spaces" and "History and Conservation", 3rd of December 2008

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Introduction

  • Moderation: Heike
  • Notes: Denise
  • Participants:
    • Open Spaces: Sofia, Salome, Eunan
    • History and Conservation: Yujun, Denise
    • others: Isin

Brief presentations of case studies

Open Spaces

  • Cihampelas City Walk by Nino Christian Handoyo: skipped due to author's absence
  • El Palomar by Sofia Lopez
  • Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord by Nilay Cobanoglu: skipped due to author's absence
  • Lettenareal by Louis Wenger: skipped due to author's absence
  • Mauerpark by Haris Piplas: skipped due to author's absence
  • Naturpark Südgelände by Salome Gohl
  • Parks in Neu Oerlikon by Yvonne Keller and Lars Wolfer: skipped due to authors' absence
  • Petuelpark by Martina Tuda: skipped due to author's absence
  • Riyadh by Christoph Dankers: skipped due to author's absence
  • Smithfield Square by Eunan O'Donnell


History and Conservation

  • Sulzer Industrial Area by Martina Anna Kühne: skipped due to author's absence
  • Suzhou by Zhang Yujun: skipped due to technical problems
  • Villa D'Este by Denise Ascione: shortened due to missing presentation
  • Mosul by Ahmed: skipped due to author's absence

Identification of cross-cutting themes

Core aspects (unclustered)













Core questions identified during the first group meeting

Open Spaces

  • How can the design of an open space contribute to a run down neighbourhood? [Sofia]
  • How are open spaces linked to the adjacent area (e.g. neighbourhoods, city centre, river)?
  • How are open spaces used (e.g. which groups meet there, which functions does an open space fulfill)?
  • Which elements make an open space successful and attractive? [Eunan]
  • How can the historical background of an open space be shown to the public? [Salome]
Joint questions (blue)













History and Conservation

  • Note: The core questions for this working group will be transformed via email.



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