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Peter Deluse as a guest on the URBAN DEVELOPMENT PODCAST

In the third episode of our URBAN DEVELOPMENT PODCAST, we spoke with Dipl.-Ing. Peter Deluse. He is an architect and founder of the Berlin-based firm Deluse Architects.

This episode of our podcast series focused on the topic of housing construction in the ever-growing metropolis of Berlin. Some time ago, Peter Deluse surprised the city’s urban planners and building committees with a completely new, innovative proposal: namely, the idea of building residential houses over existing rainwater retention basins.

Focus of the discussion: Creative possibilities of inner-city housing construction

Peter Deluse has identified two possible areas in the Berlin city area for this purpose: firstly, the retention basin on Wilmersdorf’s Forckenbeckstraße, and secondly, a much larger area on Kreuzberg’s Colubiadamm, right next to Tempelhofer Feld.

We talked to Peter Deluse about this idea and the possibility of actually implementing it.

Click here for the first episode of the podcast: interview with axel Diehlmann.
Click here for the second episode of the podcast: Interview with Dr Michael SteinkeHier.


URban Development PODCAST

Topic: Creative opportunities for inner-city housing construction
Guest: Dipl.-Ing. Peter Deluse

About the person: Dipl.-Ing. Peter Deluse is an architect and founder of the Berlin-based firm Deluse Architects, which he has led since 2011. He is also a member of the Berlin Chamber of Architects.



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