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ZOLLVEREIN: From Europe’s most productive colliery to centre for the creative industry. UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE ZOLL VER EIN. BARBARA WENDLING HEAD OF DEPARTMENT ZOLLVEREIN BUSINESS.SERVICES STIFTUNG ZOLLVEREIN.

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Zollverein from europe s most productive colliery to centre for the creative industry

ZOLLVEREIN: From Europe’s most productive colliery to centre for the creative industry.


Unesco world heritage zoll ver ein

UNESCOWORLDHERITAGEZOLLVEREIN

BARBARA WENDLING

HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

ZOLLVEREIN

BUSINESS.SERVICES

STIFTUNG ZOLLVEREIN


Zollverein from europe s most productive colliery to centre for the creative industry

GERMANY > NORTH-RHINE-WESTPHALIA > RUHR> EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE 2010 > ESSEN > WORLD HERITAGE ZOLLVEREIN

Rendering by: RUHR.2010


Zollverein from europe s most productive colliery to centre for the creative industry

FORMER COAL MINE AND

COKING PLANT

1847 First vertical construction

1932 Start of operations of shaft XII

1963 Opening of coking plant

1986 Last shift at Zollverein coal mine

1989 First decade of refurbishment starts

1993 Closure of coking plant

2001 Inscription on UNESCO World Heritage ListUrban masterplan by Rem Koolhaas, OMAStart of second decade of reprogramming EU large-scale project starts: Ruhr Museum, ENTRY2006 exhibition, Zollverein School, designparc, strategy for small-medium-sized enterprises, Zollverein Parc


Preservation through conversion

PRESERVATION THROUGH CONVERSION

  • 100 hectare-site

  • 253 historical buildings

  • approx. 120 already redesigned and reused

  • among them 100% of area is rented


Zollverein eu large scale project

ZOLLVEREIN EU LARGE-SCALE PROJECT

  • Investment of 156.742.512 EURO from 2001 til August 2008

  • Funds from :> NRW EU Objective-2 Programme (2000-2006) including 30 million EURO from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)> NRW town planning development programme> Emscher-Lippe ecology programme by NRW

  • Approx. 8,5 Million EURO for supplementary projects


Zollverein centre of creative industries

ZOLLVEREIN CENTRE OF CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

  • 170 enterprises in total

  • approx. 1000 new employments

  • mostly in the field of services

  • approx. 70 % of Zollverein companies belong directly to the creative industries

  • 10 of 11 segments of creative industries are on the site

  • Stiftung Zollverein most important player in the cultural and creative industries of Zollverein


Zollverein from europe s most productive colliery to centre for the creative industry

ENJOY THE RUHR


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