• Guideline-10: Culture and Building Culture

  • Guideline‐10: Culture and Building Culture

    Based on the town’s cur­rent cul­tu­ral offers, sup­ple­men­ta­ry cul­tu­ral per­spec­tives are to be pre­sen­ted and an attrac­tive cul­tu­ral envi­ron­ment is to be crea­ted at the air base. This can help increa­se the cul­tu­ral varie­ty of the ent­i­re town and the qua­li­ty of life for its citi­zens. The memo­ry of the avia­ti­on histo­ry and the long com­mon histo­ry of the air base and the town is to be pre­ser­ved for future genera­ti­ons and to be made a spe­cial fea­ture of the site. A con­cept is to inclu­de for examp­le the memo­ri­al, cha­rac­te­ris­tic buil­dings and are­as; the idea of set­ting up a docu­men­ta­ti­on cen­ter is to be pur­sued fur­ther. Coor­di­na­ti­on with the memo­ri­al site for the Munich Mas­sa­cre as plan­ned by the district is to be achie­ved.

    The heri­ta­ge in regard to the site’s buil­ding cul­tu­re is to be pre­ser­ved and deve­lo­ped fur­ther via a con­tem­pora­ry and high‐quality archi­tec­tu­re.