Spiel/Feld Urbane Landwirtschaft: Ökologische Bildung und praxisorientiertes Entwerfen

Translated title of the contribution: Playing/Field Urban Agriculture : ecological education and practice-based design

Katrin Bohn, Kristian Ritzmann

Research output: Book/ReportBook - edited


Urban agriculture is a topic that is currently finding an increasing number of supporters. For good reason: Despite the progression of urbanisation, it seems to be a human desire to understand our food’s origin and its methods of production as a means of getting closer again to nature and a sustainable future. Playing/Field Urban Agriculture introduces the reader to the creative potential of productive urban landscapes by looking at a case study project – Playing/Field Marzahn – that was supervised by the Department City & Nutrition at the Technical University between 2011 and 2014. In this book, questions concerning the manifold interdependencies of urban agriculture and ecological education will be discussed by those involved in the project and other invited authors. Our goal is to not only show the necessity of such connections, but also to illustrate how they may be practically implemented and become experienceable. This book addresses those who would like to explore the topics of urban agriculture and productive urban landscapes, as well as possible teaching and learning methods for their further expansion.
Translated title of the contributionPlaying/Field Urban Agriculture : ecological education and practice-based design
Original languageMultiple
Place of PublicationBerlin
PublisherUniversitätsverlag der TU Berlin
Commissioning bodySenate of Berlin
Number of pages200
ISBN (Electronic)9783798327276
ISBN (Print)9783798327269
Publication statusPublished - 5 May 2015


  • Berlin Marzahn
  • CPUL City concept
  • Designing for urban agriculture
  • Student-led live project
  • Urban food production


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