The new Stöckach - Open two-phase design competition Stuttgart East

 

EnBW (Energie Baden-Württember AG), host to this open, 2-phased competition with the aim of implementation, is looking for outstanding concepts and urban designs for a disused industrial area (40.000 square metre ) in the east of Stuttgart.

“The new Stöckach” should be transformed into a well-connected, urban district taking social, ecological and economical aspects into account and linking it to its surrounding neighborhood.
With the intention to develop a sustainable and substantial part to Stuttgart’s apartment supply the district won’t be solely used residentially. Evolving from a place to work, to an integrated neighborhood where people live, work, share and laugh together, the essential question is how people want to live in the future.

Eventhough being build in 2020, the new Stöckach shall still be inspiring in 2100’s and obtain international appeal.

The procedure will be carried out as a two-phase open realisation competition in accordance with RPW. Entitled to participate in the competition are teams comprised of architects and/or urban planners together with landscape architects.

As part of the procedure, prize money and recognition fees totalling 350,000 € plus value-added tax will be awarded. 110,000  € of this amount be will awarded in the form of prizes and recognition fees and 240,000 € in the form of fees for participants of the second phase. 

Jury:
Expert Jurors:
Prof. Markus Allmann, Architect, Munich
Prof. Dörte Gatermann, Architect, Cologne
Patrick Gmür, Architect, Zurich
Prof. Gesche Grabenhorst, Architect, Hanover
Guido Hager, Landscape Architect, Zurich
Andreas Hofer, Head of Office for Urban Planning and Housing for the State Capital of Stuttgart
Achim Nagel, Architect, Hamburg/Dusseldorf
Peter Pätzold, Architect, Mayor for Urban Planning, Housing and Environmental Issues, State Capital of Stuttgart
Matthias Sauerbruch, Architect, Berlin
Michael Trinkner, Architect and urban planner, Rotterdam

Deputy expert Jurors:
Carolin zur Brügge, Head of Urban Planning for the district of Mitte, State Capital of Stuttgart
Ingo Kanehl, Architect and urban planner, Cologne
Johannes Hoffmann, Architect, London
Tobias Micke, Landscape architect, Berlin
Arthur Numrich, Architect, Berlin
Arne Rüdenauer, Architect, Stuttgart
N.N. State Capital of Stuttgart


Specialist jurors
Dr. Wolfgang Eckert, EnBW AG, Executive Division Manager for Infrastructure
Thomas Erk, EnBW AG, Head of Property Division
Thomas Fuhrmann, Mayor for Economic Affairs, Finance and Investments, State Capital of Stuttgart
Frank Heberger, EnBW AG, Generalbevollmächtigter // Chief Representative
Florian Kommer, CEO of GEG Bremen, Experts in district and residential development
Martin Körner, SPD Faction Member of the Municipal Council for the State Capital of Stuttgart
Alexander Kotz, CDU Faction Member of the Municipal Council for the State Capital of Stuttgart
Steffen Ringwald, EnBW AG, Head of Municipal Relations
Hannes Rockenbauch, SÖS LINKE PluS Faction Member of the Municipal Council for the State Capital of Stuttgart
Petra Rühle, Green Party (Die Grünen) Faction Member of the Municipal Council for the State Capital of Stuttgart


Deputy specialist jurors
Verena Gehrmann-Linnerth, EnBW AG
Marco Geis, EnBW AG
Gabriele Munk, Green Party (Die Grünen) Faction Member of the Municipal Council for the State Capital of Stuttgart
Walter Schupeck, BZS23/AfD/LKR, LKR (Liberal Conservative Reformers) Faction Member of the Municipal Council for the State Capital of Stuttgart
Dr. Carl-Christian Vetter, CDU Faction Member of the Municipal Council for the State Capital of Stuttgart
Jürgen Zeeb, Freie Wähler (engl: Free Voters) Faction Member of the Municipal Council for the State Capital of Stuttgart

 

cash prize award: $ 394,000.00 USD

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