This masterthesis is about implementing a network of learning spaces in vacancies on the groundfloor to face the increased demand of school classes in the inner-city of the city of Vienna, Austria. The theory part is discussing basics regarding the topic of appropriation, environment + learning, movement + learning. The second chapter is about the school's role in a network, using examples, like community education, the Philadelphia Parkway Program and the Viennese school building modell of the "Campus plus". The chapter about pedagogy, dealing with the topics of informal education, moving education is supplemented with an on-site research in three schools. The following chapter about urban development concentrates on topics like the "Wiener Blockrand", vacancies on the groundfloor and how to deal with it. The analysis of the site, including infrastructure, traffic, etc. and the comparison of the space allocation plans of the actual project and the "Campus plus" are the basis of the present design, which elaborates the learning sites and areas in detail. The attachment contains the competition entry movingeducation, which served as basis for interviews, in which the concept of the "Bildungsgrätzl" (education neighbourhood) was assessed by three pedagogues. A summary about the project and its surrounding basic conditions are concluding the thesis.