The urban structure of the new district is oriented towards urban ideals. These include tolerable density (but not constriction), diversity, mixed usage and easy orientation, as well as streets, paths, squares, fascinating visual links and public open spaces rich in variety.
The public open spaces provide a fixed structure for orientation of traffic flows, construction and infrastructure. The various recreational areas enable interesting spatial sequences. The large square Bahnhofplatz is followed by Neue Bahnhofstrasse, the new extension of the street Bahnhofstrasse. Narrow alleys alternate with open neighbourhood squares. Spacious green courtyards hide behind the buildings, which frame these outdoor spaces.
The new square Bahnhofplatz Nord is the public transport hub and point of arrival in Bredella.
The new street Neue Bahnhofstrasse constitutes the new district's central, main means of access.
Two broad north-south promenades provide far-reaching access to the new district.
Whether they have a water feature, gravel surface or spacious lawn, the four neighbourhood squares are all recreational areas for the public.
The site is subdivided by a fine-meshed route network for non-motorised traffic, whereby the alleys are seen as public thoroughfares.
The semi-private courtyards serve as peaceful places of retreat for the residents.
The frame around the new district's open spaces described above is provided by the buildings.