Commerce, culture, and services characterise the inner city. Inhabitants are missing. Big department stores, offices and parking buildings are empty after working hours. These are vast areas, not in the sense of physical vastness but programmatic vastness, and they should be occupied. Potential inhabitants profit from the closeness of commercial, cultural, social and leisure functions. At the same time they vitalise the place. City is diversity.
design (2004), 1. Prize + hon. mention: