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.
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.