Alpine Industrial Landscapes Transformation


  • UL students visit Tržič

    On Wednesday, the 4th of December 2019, as part of the extended trAILs activities, the students of landscape architecture from the Biotehnical faculty (University in Ljubljana) visited the city of Tržič. We visited the old city centre famous for its craftsmen tradition, an old castle area with a remarkable view point over the valley and an abandoned buildings of former Cotton spinning and weaving mills of Tržič – BPT Company Tržič.

  • Site visit in L'Argentière-la-Bessée/La-Roche-de-Rame (FR pilot)

    On 21-22 November the trAILs team met in the Haute Durance valley, in the French Alps, to visit the two brownfield sites of L’Argentière-la-Bessée and La-Roche-de-Rame. On the first day, the entire morning was dedicated to the field exploration of the two disused sites, enriched by the knowledge and guidance of local representatives and experts.

  • TUM-students visit to Eisenerz

    In the winter term 2019/2020, two student projects are dealing with the city of Eisenerz and its current search for a new path.
    From October 20th to 23rd, 32 students from the TUM-Chair of Landscape Architecture and Industrial Landscapes, accompanied by Martin Augenstein and Nicole Meier, visited two sites strongly connected to the city’s industrial history – Oswaldirücken (part of the Erzberg) and Münichtal (former steel production site).

  • Test-design workshop in Borgo San Dalmazzo / Valdieri

    On September 25-26-27, the project team met in Valdieri, at the headquarters of the Regional Park “Alpi Marittime”, for the second test-design workshop on the former Italcementi site of Borgo San Dalmazzo. The workshop is a milestone activity of Work Package T3 (Test AILs) and aims to develop, together with local and regional stakeholders and observers, a strategic vision for the future of the former industrial site. The workshop builds on the thematic assessments done by the project partners as well as on the preparation activities carried on by the regional partner, the Regional Development Agency LAMORO.