Der neue Stöckach – New Stöckach
The works site of energy company EnBW that will be vacated in Stöckach in Stuttgart-East offers diverse potential for a newly integrated neighbourhood. It is surrounded by dense perimeter block development, is directly adjacent to two large parks and has good public transport links. On a residential area of roughly 60,000 square metres, around 800 homes are to be built, along with offerings for social interaction, leisure activities, local shops, health and mobility. The vision is to create a vibrant, dense structure with homes for all social classes in a social mix and connected with innovative spaces for working in a car-free neighbourhood. The project will also focus on contributions for resource-friendly construction, innovative use concepts as well as the issues of energy autonomy and digitalisation. The basis for implementation is the urban design draft by international network office tong+ from Frankfurt a.M. / Hanoi and Hannes Hörr Landschaftsarchitekten from Remseck, which won the planning competition carried out with the involvement of IBA’27.
Project Initiator: EnBW Energie Baden- Württemberg AG