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On 12 March 2018, students of the Urban Design Studio 'Lichtensteig - Mini.City in Toggenburg' at the University of Liechtenstein presented their designs to the citizens of Lichtensteig.
On behalf of Immo RSS and the Rudolf Steiner School Winterthur (planner selection procedure) we are currently working on the planning for the facade renovation of two old school buildings.
Although our competition entry for the redesign of Winkelriedplatz in Basel, which we submitted together with Heinrich Landschaftsarchitektur, was shortlisted by the jury, it was not ranked in the end. We congratulate the team of the landscape architecture office Franz Reschke from Berlin on the first place.
In cooperation with Hasler Schlatter Partner, we have won the selection procedure for the renovation and conversion of 36 cooperative apartments of the Zielacker building cooperative in Frauenfeld. In the properties built at the end of the 1970s, we will renovate the bathrooms and kitchens and adapt the access to suit the needs of the elderly and handicapped.
Between 2013 and 2015, the municipality of Zumikon (ZH) carried out a stakeholder-based planning process to develop a robust development strategy with a strategic framework plan. The professorship for architecture and urban design of Prof. Kees Christiaanse actively supported the municipality. In the current volume of the French-Swiss magazine "Les Cahiers de 'ASPAN" on projects in the context of the new Spatial Planning Act, Michael Wagner has summarized the process.
In cooperation with Fürst Laffranchi Engineers (structural engineering). We congratulate Franziska and Sebastian Müller from Zurich on their first prize.
In the competition for the contribution of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the 16th Architecture Biennale 2018 in Venice, our contribution 'Agorabundance' came in second place. We have proposed to address the issue of dealing with public space in urban landscapes and we hope to be able to work on the topic, which we consider to be burning, in a different context.
Our contribution to the competition for revitalising and redesigning the village center of Au in the Canton of St. Gallen, which we submitted together with Heinrich Landschaftsarchitektur, was awarded fifth place. We congratulate the Gonçalves/Hausheer team on the first place.
Exhibition of selected projects by students from three years of the Regenerative Environments course, taught by Michael Wagner as an external lecturer at the University of Liechtenstein since 2015.
For the book launch of 'Unguided Road Trip' at the bookstore 'Never Stop Reading' in Zurich on 12.09.2017, Michael Wagner talked with the photographer Roland Iselin about man-made landscapes. The panel discussion was moderated by Nadine Olonetzky.