The urban post compression offers a wide range of solutions to use the limited spatial potential of inner cities. Within existing buildings, additional living space can be created by closing building gaps, using historical spaced areas, or by realizing additional floors on existing roof surfaces.
Extensions made of wood are economical and make sense for reasons of lack of land use. Wood is ideal for this due to its low weight.
The design of the point houses can be chosen in such a way that they fit into building gaps or historically-related spacing areas.
Bridge structures combine existing buildings into an ensemble.
All post compression measures can use existing infrastructures.