we are urbanes.land
researchers by heart.
We specialize in strategic consulting, research and education to empower resilient paths for territories in-between urban and rural.
With our interdisciplinary toolbox of methods for future-driven spatial practices we support the transformation to a post-fossil society.
Fluss trifft Land. Land trifft Fluss.
River courses have always been great lines in the landscape.
They point the way. They connect and separate at the same time.
People are becoming active, feel addressed, found initiatives, enrich with ideas and show new usability of the spaces around the river.
FLUSS.LAND is such an initiative. Rather: an experiment.
Together with Belius and the Stiftung Wüstenrot, we are looking for history of production, work, migration – let’s call it: life. We are researching, creating projects and connecting those who are at stake: makers, neighbors, activists to ultimately create a complicity.
For the river, for the land, for the people.
dazwischen.land is the continuation of Stadt und Land gemeinsam denken, a joint project with the Stiftung Wüstenrot. It draws a new picture of city and countryside between Ulm and Lake Constance.
Success must be measured in a new way in the future. Economic stability will only be possible if quality of life and emission reductions go hand in hand.
The project examines development paths that will carry us into the future. Which strengths will endure in a transformative balance sheet? Which weaknesses must be openly identified?
A joint effort of urbanes.land and topos magazine with the aim to concentrate existing knowledge about urbanised territories and connect the realms of academics and practitioners across borders, sectors and regions.
From 2020 to 2021, the magazine acted as a platform for exchange and connection. It shares best-practice strategies, reflects on what works, and provides levers to influence the spatial development agendas of policy makers, urban planners, business leaders, academics and community groups alike.
BWIM seit 2022 | NEBoD seit 2021 | Campus Zukunft 2021-2023 | Transforming Peripheries Conference 2019 | The Social City 2019 | Campus Bauen 2018-2019 | Stadt und Land gemeinsam denken 2018-2022 | Royal Docks Task Force 2018 | Crossborder 2018