Schliersee is a small town (Markt) and a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Bavaria, Germany. It is named after the nearby Lake Schliersee. It has a population of 30.56 sq mi. And it's located Within 53kms from Munich.
The project involves a redesign of the urban fabric, implementing a new use to two large empty fields and a redesign of the current highway aiming to relieve the dysfunctional situation the inhabitants of Schliersee have to endure.
The core idea of the concept is to create two new centers, a new center and a lakeside meadow. The new center is located inside the town and fill the face of the post office, the sports hall and the old school building. There are three building masses arranged so that a spacious area remains which can be used for weekly markets and other community events.
The second center is a lakeside Dock, this would be the termination of the path created by the housing and the new masterplan. The new Lake Floating Stage offers a meeting arena and this is conceptualized so that it can be used as a lawn for swimmers as well as meeting space. A direct route links the two centers together. Apartments are placed in the left side of the meadow. In addition to this the City Hall is relocated to the center and has direct connection with the Floating Stage. The lakeside tennis court is moved to the outskirts of the village and the area is newly conditioned to lure in this privileged position tourism to Schliersee. Near the train tracks a new School will be built, which offers underground parking and a cinema in addition to this function.