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The PHVision Masterplan for Heidelberg in Germany has been approved by the City Council. Located on the site of the Patrick-Henry-Village (PHV) in Heidelberg, the 100-hectare development, designed by KCAP can now move forward, transforming the former military area into a new quarter, establishing the knowledge city of the future. Commissioned by the International Building Exhibition IBA Heidelberg, in collaboration with the municipality, and some partners, the Dynamic Masterplan PHVision is being developed by KCAP Architects&Planners, an international design firm specialized in architecture, urbanism, and landscape design. In fact, “KCAP first drew up the development vision Phase0 on the basis of thematic scenarios that were developed by international offices during a design think process”, such as MVRDV, Carlo Ratti Associati, ASTOC Architects and Planners, and Ramboll Liveable Cities. It was later on that KCAP created the PHVision. View more View full description
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