Prof. DI Rudolf Scheuvens

“In the context of a changing understanding of planning, dealing with public spaces also becomes an especial challenge. In their function and significant role as places for traffic and stay, communication and distance, representation and children’s play, sale and demonstration, community and individuality, the development of public spaces forever constitutes an area of conflict between the requirements of society and economic interests, between the requirements posed by design, function and use.


SKuOR addresses these multi-layered challenges, seizing the opportunity at the Faculty for Architecture and Spatial Planning to lead this debate in an interdisciplinary area of conflict between academic instruction and research.”