Feasibility-Study for the re-vitalisation of an inoperative airport, Long Island, NY, 2017 Team: Gustav Düsing Sonia Cohan Blake Villwock Visuals by Grau The CNC-Tech School plays a key role in the concept of revitalization for a disused airport in Long Island, New York which deals with the question of what kind of industrial production uses the still intact infrastructures such as runways and production halls in an appropriate, modern and sustainable way. The airport is about 1.5 hours drive from New York City and thus provides the best conditions for the implementation of a new kind of high-tech industry. The airport, which was decommissioned in the 1990s, was the home of the American aircraft manufacturer Grumman for more than 30 years. In addition to the legendary F22 fighter jet, the lunar capsule of the Apollo mission was also developed and built here. To capture the tradition of the aerospace industry, an architectural concept has been developed in close collaboration with Long Island-based Luminati Aerospace. The concept aims to develop an industrial site with large-scale production hangars for solar electric aircraft along the runways and a public program of lecture halls, training centers and a museum along the central axis and in the public park to the north. The north-south green axis is complemented by walkways, biotopes and art installations, creating added value for the local population. The resulting novel technology park combines the quiet, regenerative-based production of ultralight aircraft, the research and education centers and a public program to strengthen local identity as a hotspot for aerospace in North America.