Berlin Gropiusstadt Integrated Green and Open Spaces Concept

In 2017, the federal government and the states of Germany launched a new joint program called “Zukunft Stadtgrün” (City Green Future). During the seventies, a green and open spaces system was developed. Using the existing support program, we now have the possibility to implement this system as new demographic trends have emerged, climate adaption and …

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380-kV-overhead power line Pulgar-Vieselbach – Power Line Corridor Designation Procedure Completed

On 20 December 2019, the official power line corridor designation procedure for the 380-kV-overhead power line Pulgar-Vieselbach was completed as the Federal Grid Agency took its decision regarding the western segment pursuant to §12 of the German Power Grid Expansion Acceleration Act. The completion of this designation procedure is the first substantial procedural step in …

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FJP Becomes Limited Partnership

Founded in 1986, our planning office now covers the entire range of landscape, open space and object planning across Germany thanks to our experienced employees. In 2015 we became a partnership enterprise under German law as we strengthened our team with two new partners. Now, we took the opportunity to found a limited liability partnership …

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FJP achieves good result in the Berliner Firmenlauf 2019

FUGMANN JANOTTA PARTNER was again represented among the participants of the Berliner Firmenlauf 2019. Our teams of three could start in the first block and achieved the 851st and 2588th place in the 5.5 km team classification despite unfavourable weather conditions. From this year’s runners Mihailo, Melanie, Reinhard, Helge, Julia and Peter Helge could set …

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A garden to overcome borders

Fugmann Janotta Partner provides expert guidance for a project by Keum Art Projects. In this project, Korean artists Han Seok Hyun and Kim Seung Hwoe design a garden – DAS DRITTE LAND – which will start growing this spring in the heart of Berlin. In the artists garden, plants from North and South Korea will …

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City 3.0 – Challenges of open space planning in changing cities

  At the 5th KANN Dialogue at the Café Moscow in Berlin, Harald Fugmann presented the consequences and new challenges of open space planning in the face of densifying cities. Using the example of current urban development concepts (Framework planning Berlin Heinersdorf, GoWest – former Reemtsma site in Berlin-Schmargendorf, and the Gropiusstadt in Berlin-Neukölln), he …

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