Munich North-South Greenway

The bidding consortium comprising Fugmann Janotta Partner and Kolb Ripke Architekten was invited to take part in the multi-phase negotiation procedure for the North-South Greenway. Munich is planning to create a new greenway and biotope connection in place of the industrial and urban railways that were once part of the Oberwiesenfeld station, a location on …

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Programme of measures for the LSG Blankenfelde botanical park

The more than 100-year-old Blankenfelde botanical park in Pankow was established in 1910 by Albert Brodersen as a school garden on the site of a former sewage field. Since 1994 it has been a protected site. In order to facilitate further development of the critical zone between the showing and greenhouse areas and the cultivated …

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The Gehrensee Recreation Landscape

In the context of redeveloping the Gehrensee, a near-natural recreation landscape was created which integrates the protected landscape of the lake. The design was based on a management and development plan prepared by the office. The scenic, near-natural park offers residents attractive possibilities for playing, camping and walking. The extensive meadows serve as grassland for …

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Park am Nordbahnhof

The “Park am Nordbahnhof“ is an essential compensatory measure to balance the man-made interventions in nature and landscape. Against this background, the urban near-natural park was developed under the concept of a large meadow at Nordbahnhof, in the city center of Berlin. The uniqueness of the park is a result of its location in the …

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Ecological Succession Park Lieberose

The Naturlandschaften Brandenburg Foundation (NBL) intends to create a tourist attraction as part of the masterplan for the natural exhibition Internationale Naturausstellung Lieberoser Heide (INA). The area of this pilot project will border German federal road 168 that goes from Lieberose to Peitz, both of which are situated in the state of Brandenburg. The project …

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