Move your Body!
A Trek Park on the former industrial site near the main railway station, designed as a competence centre for mobility for all ages.
BWM have won the competition to design a transport museum in Ostrava (Czech Republic) with a master plan for a Trek Park on a former industrial area near the main station. The project aims to open the industrial area and to develop it into a cultural urban district with public spaces, a coffee house and further attractions focusing on the topics „bicycle, mobility and public transport.
"Move your body"
Ostrava is getting a new cultural district for leisure activities near the main railway station with the Trek Park. At the centre of the park is a collection of historic trams and buses that symbolise the city's rise to a 20th century industrial metropolis, for which an old transformer building is being adapted as a museum. In addition, the Trek Park will be made attractive by new forms of activities under the motto "Move your body". Johann Moser: "Bike, skater park, zipline or traffic school - the Trek Park is a "center of excellence in mobility" for all ages. Here you can also playfully try out new technical mobile special equipment and new forms of movement." Part of the space will be made available to other companies and start ups, of course to those for whom mobility is also an issue.
Bicycle, skater park, zipline or traffic school - the Trek Park is a centre of excellence in mobility for all ages. It is also a playful place to try out new technical mobile special equipment and new forms of movement.Johann Moser
More than just a tramwey museum
BWM Architects developed this comprehensive concept on the basis of a master plan for a larger area from the original idea of building a tramway museum. The Czech city of Ostrava is located in the catchment area of two million visitors and people interested in culture. This initiative is intended to stimulate urban development and create an attractive cultural offer for tourists, but above all for the local population.
Feasibility study for the revitalization of the station square. Concept and idea for the conversion of a disused industrial area. Master Plan Competition Winner 2017.
Statutory City of Ostrava
Michal Jiskra (PM), Peter Foschi, Massimiliano Marian, Michele Sabini, Alexandra Stage
Content concept for programming the museum
historical topics: Christian Rapp
Concept for programming the museum
Technology and future topics: BWM Architekten