The scenery in agglomerations is nowadays being shaped by architects and planners. Where in the past glaciers, later on streams and rivers built the landscape, architects and engineers now design free space. It is only seldom that a superior objective is defined, of how concrete and bricks work together in a harmonic way as to pursue a strategy that brings a surplus for the people living in a place that is located between nature and man-made structures. To shed light on the intersection between nature and architecture, between the shaped urban landscape and the natural landscape, is the objective of an event-cooperation between AUT and the Tiroler Umweltanwaltschaft. The guiding themes are improving top quality access to nature and recreational areas in urban environments, which shall be discussed and deliberated by controversy. As the Tiroler Umweltanwaltschaft is the environmental conscience of Tirol, it is of particular interest to discuss the chances and limits of superior concepts on the intersection between regional planning, architecture and nature.