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Public Space

This study looked at comparing the use of public spaces in Neustadt and Stubbekøbing.

 

A time-lapse video was created with the help of a camera to record what is currently happening in prominent public spaces in Neustadt. Approximately one hour of video material was recorded for each location and then accelerated to just under one minute of video. The port of Neustadt shows that pedestrians use the area primarily as a crossing point between the city center and the train station. The people crossing the area were predominantly alone. There was no interaction with the space; in addition, the west side of the harbor is used as a parking lot. At the time the photo was taken, some cars were entering the area, while others were leaving. The market square was frequented by a large number of people due to the weekly market taking place. People were staying here, simply strolling across the market square or doing their shopping. Other people deliberately walked around the market square and avoided it accordingly. Compared to the harbor area, the square was well attended despite the bad weather.

On observation - present uses of public space

In order to capture what is currently happening in prominent public spaces in Neustadt, a time-lapse video was created with the help of a camera. Approximately one hour of video material was video material was recorded for each location and then accelerated to just under one minute of video.The harbor in Neustadt shows that pedestrians use the location primarily as a crossing point between the city center and the train station. The people crossing the town crossing the area were predominantly alone. There was no interaction with the space, In addition, the west side of the harbor is used as a parking lot. Thus, at the time of the photo time of the recording, while others left the area. The market square was frequented by a large number of people due to the weekly market taking place people due to the weekly market. People were staying at this location, simply strolling across the market square across the market square or were purposefully doing their shopping. Other people deliberately walked

deliberately walked around the market square and avoided it accordingly. In comparison Compared to the harbor area, the square was well attended despite the bad weather.

In search of traces - uses at other times

For comparison, a camera was used in Stubbekøbing to record what is currently happening in the harbor and the market square. Here too, approximately one hour of video material was accelerated to a video of less than one minute.In Stubbekøbing harbor, hardly any movement or interaction could be recorded, apart from a few people at the water's edge and a few cars on the premises. The market square (Torvet) in Stubbekøbing was mainly used as a transit point for various people during the observation. The most frequently visited place was the church (on the right outside the photo). In addition, the market square was used by many people with cars for parking. Due to the heavy snow, the square was divided into footpaths (on the edge) and the roadway (in the square) became one, making walking routes more unclear. When comparing Stubbekøbing and Neustadt in Germany, it must be taken into account that the larger the population, the larger and busier the corresponding spaces.

Observed present uses

In the two spaces observed in Stubbekøbing, evidence was also searched for that could indicate other uses outside the observation period. The church in the center of Stubbekøbing is a central meeting place, so it can be assumed that this location is used more frequently on certain days. The bench in front of the church also suggests that the square in front of the church can be a place of communication and interaction. The monument in the center indicates a tourist location that is frequented by visitors to the city. The harbor of Stubbekøbing has functions mostly at other times of the year. In addition to some traffic signs for the Berlin-Copenhagen cycle route, there is also a ticket machine, a kiosk and a ferry landing stage. With the start of next summer, cyclists will once again cycle from Stubbeköbing to Bogø. The old railroad station and a street of the same name (Jernebanevej) are also traces of past uses of the port of Stubbekøbing.

In search of traces - uses at other times

Milan Bogojevic, Helene Brüns

SPM 1 I Planning and Building International I WiSe 23/24

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