In summer 2017, the German Academy for Urban and Regional Planning (Deutsche Akademie für Städtebau und Landesplanung, DASL) launched a new reading series, which bundles selected contributions from members and guests. KZA’s CEO Axel Koschany is represented with an essay in the first volume “Stadt Denken 1”.
“Does a bed have to be 2 by 2 meters in size … and is living part of general interest?” Koschany answers these questions in his six-page article. In doing so, he refers to his presentation at the DASL annual conference 2016 on the subject of “Services of general interest and cohesion” in Hanover.
The first volume of the series “Stadt Denken” can be ordered via the website of the German Academy for Urban and Regional planning.