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A statistic by Eurostat on the increasingly high number of young people in Europe still living with their parents drew the interest of the MAS Urban Design on the increasing number of people that could for various reasons be called unestablished. Connecting this insight with the topic of Inclusive Urbanism, an urban design principle that aims to create more functionally, socially and spatially heterogeneous, and thus inclusive, neighborhoods led to the topic of the ETH Zurich MAS Urban Design 2016/17 and the exhibition at DAM Frankfurt. Next to architectural and urban designs for Offenbach near Frankfurt, the course presented financial principles in the field of building production, a collection of industrial building elements collected during a road trip excursion to Veneto, and global urban patterns that are rooted in migratory movements.

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