Street skaters use public open spaces in a specific way. They are constantly on the lookout for interesting spots to skate or to meet up. In the course of this occupancy, new ideas to employ a certain space develop. On the other hand it can lead to conflicts with other users. In this thesis options, that enable the integration of street skating into public space in the city of Vienna, are compiled. In German-speaking countries there are no scientific studies in landscape architecture about the utilization of public spaces by street skaters. Therefore, this thesis builds on information from the United Kingdom and the USA. Beside skateboarding, this paper makes an effort to deal with aggressive inline skating and BMX bicycling as well. To assess the situation in Vienna, interviews with experts as well as a survey among street skaters have been conducted. Two well-known spots in Vienna were investigated to elaborate the requirements and functions of a street spot. On one hand literature focussing on skaters show that street skaters are criminalized and displaced. On the other hand it is described, how important it is for adolescents to experience in public spaces. The results of the own analyses in Vienna shows, that city administration as well as other users are dealing with this topic a lot more laid back. The examinations on Donauinsel and Karlsplatz shows similarities regarding the criterions of formal classification and accessibility. Relating to the skate landscape and the control mechanisms, there are concurrent descriptions, but also differences. Big discrepancies are found regarding the quality of the meeting point. This thesis concludes that a conflict-free integration of skating into the citys landscape is possible, if the skater community and the administration are cooperating. This way the multiple use of public open space can be achieved.