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Posted by on Aug 4, 2016 in 2013, Germany, Hamburg, Topotek1

This Garden will Change the way you see Soccer and Golf Forever

This Garden will Change the way you see Soccer and Golf Forever

Article by Rose Buchanan Aqua Soccer and Dymaxion Golf, by Topotek1, in Hamburg, Germany The International Garden Show is held every 10 years and features the world’s largest display of plants and flowers. Each selected venue chooses a specific theme and uses a variety of gardens and installations to echo this theme, while creating exciting landscape experiences. In 2013 the show was held in Hamburg, taking its inspiration from Jules...

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Posted by on Jun 20, 2016 in Fresh Trends, Germany, Landscape architecture Posts

Germany’s Got Talent – 10 Awesome Examples of Landscape Architecture in Germany

Germany’s Got Talent – 10 Awesome Examples of Landscape Architecture in Germany

Article by Radenka Kolarov Following on in our world series we have selected 10 awesome projects that perfectly represent landscape architecture in Germany today. Let me ask you, have you seen those astonishing German landscapes? In case you haven’t, don’t waste any second more, and give you self the trip of a lifetime. You won’t regret seeing the projects in landscape architecture too, they are equally marvelous. From beautiful...

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Posted by on Apr 28, 2016 in 2013, Germany, Marburg, scape Landschaftsarchitekten GmbH

How to Design a Powerful Garden of Remembrance

How to Design a Powerful Garden of Remembrance

Article by Terka Acton Garden of Remembrance, Marburg, Germany, by scape Landschaftsarchitekten GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany There is an open space in Marburg’s otherwise built-up city grid, a space that marks a significant absence. A synagogue designed by architect Wilhelm Spahr stood here from its completion in 1897 until its destruction on “Kristallnacht” — Nov. 9, 1938. From that point forward, the Nazi regime escalated the persecution of the Jews...

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Posted by on Apr 11, 2016 in 2011, Berlin, Germany, Landscape architecture Posts, Rehwaldt LA

How Simple Solutions can Work Better for Children and Elders in the Public Realm

How Simple Solutions can Work Better for Children and Elders in the Public Realm

Article by Moreira Filho KALA – Playground and Green Space in Berlin-Friedrichshain, by Rehwaldt LA, Dresden, Berlin, Germany. There is no time to have fun. Squares are supposed to be places where fun flows naturally. Almost all the projects of squares are directed to teenagers and adults. But what about children and elders? The KALA – Playground and Green Space in Berlin-Friedrichshain project was specially designed for them by...

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Posted by on Feb 9, 2016 in 2015, Bauchplan, Böblingen, Germany, Landscape architecture Posts, Streets, Urban

Is Innovative LED Technology a New Way to Improve our Streets?

Is Innovative LED Technology a New Way to Improve our Streets?

Article by Lidija Šuster Neue Meile, by Bauchplan, in Böblingen, Germany. Taking a closer look at how they use LED Technology What happens when a street is not just a physical connection between two landmarks? What if the street becomes an attraction itself rather than simple route for pedestrians? The landscape architects of Bauchplan gave us the perfect answer – linking the railway station and center of old town...

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Posted by on Dec 10, 2015 in 2013, Germany, Münster, scape Landschaftsarchitekten GmbH

Beautiful Landscape Reflects a Dark Past and Promises a Bright Future

Beautiful Landscape Reflects a Dark Past and Promises a Bright Future

Article by Erin Tharp Storehouse City Münster, by scape Landschaftsarchitekten GmbH, in Münster, Germany Historical sites are often the hardest to work with, due to the cultural or societal significance they hold. So when scape Landschaftsarchitekten was asked to redesign the 3.9-hectare area outside of the Storehouse City in Münster, a former German army pension office, they knew they had a delicate task at hand. The renovation they came up...

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