Stuttgart’s “Reallabore” / Astrid Ley at Urban Futures Conference Stuttgart

Astrid Ley will join a discussion on Reallabore (Future City Labs), a pioneering form of co-producing responses to today’s urban challenges “made in Ba-Wü”. Part of the Urban Futures Conferences that takes place in Stuttgart from 21-23 June 2023, the fishbowl on “Stuttgart’s Reallabore – Experimenting for Change?” will look back on 10 years of research, take stock of generated impact, and discuss the future of the model.

Baden-Württemberg has pioneered and supported Reallabore, and the City of Stuttgart, too, has produced valuable insights through them, especially on sustainable mobility. The event will focus on two Realexperimente that took place in Stuttgart (Schützenplatz and Österreichischer Platz). Prof. Dr. Astrid Ley will join architects and urban planners, staff and members of the City of Stuttgart and the City Council, and researchers from KIT to discuss experiences with Reallabore and ways to take them forward.


Stuttgarter Reallabore – Experimentieren für den Wandel? Erfolgsmodell made in Baden-Württemberg
Organised by Internationalen Zentrums für Kultur- undTechnikforschung (IZKT) in cooperation with St. Maria as part of the Urban Futures Conference 2023 in Stuttgart

Thursday, 22 June 2023, 2pm-4pm
St. Maria, Tübinger Str. 36
Admission free

Event flyer (in German)