HANNOVER FLYOVER - a market with a green roofscape in Vienna In my paper I want to concentrate on a design for a slightly different Hannover market in the 20th district of Vienna. Since I have been living in the area of the Hannover market throughout my studies, I have developed a special relationship for this particular market. Whenever I have to leave the house, I have to cross or pass it. Even the view from my balcony is right over the roof tops of this market. However, this also includes the rather unattractive corners of Hannover market I have in sight every single day. In my thesis, I have developed a concept to better embed this market into the existing architecture of the neighbourhood as well as making it more attractive for the people of the surrounding area. The existing market, structured in multiple aisles, is well visited and working well during business hours. Yet, at night the market has not really an inviting atmosphere, On the contrary, it seems abandoned and unwelcoming. It is my goal to make the outer parts of the market more attractive, to redefine the exterior and to green the roofscape. The main structure of my re-designing is still dedicated to functionality and efficiency, but adds the value of new spaces with high flexibility. This will be provided through a flyover, connecting the existing level of space with the newly created, barrier-free, around the clock accessible green roof. The design plan, inspired by oriental market spaces, orients the market stands to a new center. By playing with the mixing of different building structures, interaction of light and shade, this new introversion creates a space of its own, absorbing the attention of the exterior to the newly created yards inside, where the market bustle can happen in a contained, yet open new space. In addition, there will also be two additional squares, allowing various types of usage of the place and space. The green roof landscape flyover is subdivided in different sections, providing different opportunities. In the center you will find the main path, seemed by urban gardening patches. Curving itself through this new dimension of the market, it allows the development of a new social dimension by creating opportunities for communication, relaxation, as well as participation in the urban gardening. Therefore, the spectator can find enjoyment in the newly acquired dimension of this green space, showing the area a fresh, green perspective of their old, beloved neighbourhood.