När Europan avgjordes stod det klart att ett förslag hade svenska avsändare. Men det finns faktiskt andra nationaliteter i Sverige vilket PLAN vill uppmärksamma. Förslaget New Sjöstad är det vinnande bidraget för Trelleborgs hamn. Förslaget är ritat av Cyril Pavlu och Katerina Vondrova som under projektet arbetade som handledare på Lunds tekniska högskola inom mastersprogrammet Sustainable Urban Design, som ges vid Arkitekturskolan. Idag jobbar de båda på Mandaworks i Stockholm. Vi säger stort grattis!
Ansvariga arkitekter: Cyril Pavlu, Katerina Vondrova
The vision of New Sjöstad is to reconnect current city with the reclaimed seafront and once again make Trelleborg a city on the sea, rather than next to the sea. Through revealing natural potential of Skane’s coastlines, celebration of water and preservation of the industrial and productive heritage of the site, the proposal presents several new vibrant districts on the waterfront. The new connections from the existing city fabric to the newly created public waterfront allow Sjöstad to share new qualities and livable environments with future communities as well as current residents.
The goal for the site is to create three urban characters of development, building on their existing and hidden potentials. We believe that the western part of the site holds the greatest potential to be reconnected to the ecological system of Skane’s coastline habitats. The disruptive industrial area is restored to natural coastline with dunes, heats and woodlands while providing access to the sea. The restoration of natural environments, shaping of the landscape and new wetlands along the river create natural protection against the storm bursts and high water levels as well as provides valuable ecological habitat. Stormwater management network extends into the urban districts and provides a climate resilient system.
The Seaside district, which preserves existing warehouses, builds on the industrial heritage of the place. The natural coastline blends with the industrial urban character, new public program and productive functions are introduced in the reused buildings, while new extensions of public spaces, such as piers and bath facility are placed onto the sea.
The area closest to the city, Harbor District, preserves Trelleborg’s grid of large urban blocks and integrates new productive and community functions. The neighborhood naturally extends the city fabric towards the harbor and creates an important connection between the new areas, existing city and train station. New bridge with public spine links the district with the surrounding areas.
The New Sjöstad celebrates the water with five kilometres public coastline connected with important public nodes, such as train station square, university area, new library, bath facility, food hall, marina, wetland area and natural beaches, which gives a diverse yet continuous public realm to Trelleborg.