Photo credits: Elif Simge Fettahoğlu, Technische Universität München, Lehrstuhl Urban Design
100 METER ZUKUNFT
Period of time
Schwanthalerstraße, Munich, Germany
Local administration, Citizens, Academia, Industry, NGOs.
A section of Schwanthalerstraße was remarked and reconfigured in order to promote a more livable,
sustainable and resilient streetscape as life-size model for discussing future visions.
To promote and test sustainable mobility and other uses of parking spaces. Recovering public space and adding temporal greenery during the experiment. It worked as a demonstration to generate city-wide change and make the street more liveable during this day. The environment was safe and suitable for kids to play outside and adults could enjoy being outside during COVID times.
More people walking
Decreased car use
Higher sojourn quality
The street use changed (new activities)
Number of visitors increased
New space for social interaction
Public health improved
New spaces for play
More retail sales
Photo credits: Elif Simge Fettahoğlu, Technische Universität München, Lehrstuhl Urban Design,
Elisa Scheidt, Green City e.V.