Is Berlin… a Walkable City?
Dozent*innen: Antonella Radicchi
WiSe 2020/21
FG Ökonomie (Prof. Suwala)

An examination in three case studies.
Collective definition originating from the work done in the project-studio: A walkable city combines the characteristics of a walkable space into a larger, well-connected network of pedestrian paths, plazas and social spaces that allows people to reach their destination without delay or detour and can be understood intuitively. Great consideration is given to sensory appeal and placemaking. Public transit and shared mobility options are readily accessible. Buildings are designed to be open to and interact with the public realm where desirable; zoning supports diverse uses within each neighborhood.