If it is “innovation districts” that are to be used as drivers of economic and social development, what role can museums and universities play in the development of creativity? The competition entry deals with this question.
Düsseldorf’s city centre does not need to reinvent itself. It can continue to focus on the international significance of its diverse quality of life if its unique qualities are clearly highlighted and strengthened. This perception also underlies our strategic and conceptual approach.
Some of our ideas can be implemented immediately, others can be done in later decades. Our concept shows how to respond to current challenges in the future and how to develop potentials.
In December 2019, we received recognition for our entry “Incubator of Creativity”, developed together with POLA Landschaftsarchitekten, in the international urban planning, open space planning and artistic competition “Blaugrüner Ring – Vision für eine Kulturlandschaft in Düsseldorf”.