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`Sehnsucht Freiraum` - Expert Panel with Guido Hager

The expert panel with Angelus Eisinger, Guido Hager, Hans-Jörg Riwar, and Joëlle Zimmerli wants to provide discussion material and ideas for determining the qualities and values of publically used open spaces. Wednesday, September 07, 2016, 7 pm, Reformiertes Kirchenzentrum Archessal, Bundesstrasse 15, 6300 Zug

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Residential Complex Brünnen CF 5 Bern - 1st Prize

In cooperation with Atelier WW, we succeeded in winning the open competition in Bern Brünnen Construction Field 5. The robust urban planning structure and the functional surroundings of the public squares, streets, and paths will be complemented in the courtyard by means of the dreamy poetry of a garden of paradise. The planting gives rise to various spatial atmospheres.

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Distinction SIA Genève 2016 - Honor for MEG

The MEG, Musée d`Ethnographie de Genève, has been awarded the ‘Distinction SIA Genève’ prize, which was awarded this year for the sixth time since 1993. The emblematic building, which opened at the end of 2014, and its garden have an aura not least thanks to the museum’s first-class program, which projects far beyond the cultural landscape of Geneva.

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Arboretum Zurich

The Arboretum once again shines with its old glory and a new splendor. The park is one of the oldest collections of woody plants in Switzerland and part of the lower lake basin. The lakeshore area has been handed over to the population after nine months of construction.

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Botanical Garden Berlin-Dahlem

We are pleased to have received the commission to refurbish the Botanical Garden in Berlin-Dahlem. Slated for renewal are not only the pathways, ponds systems, and fountains, but also representative ornamental plant beds, along with Tim Meyer.

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Suurstoffi Site Rotkreuz

The Suurstoffi site has been certified by the Stiftung Natur & Wirtschaft for its near-natural outdoor space. The award honors valuable contributions to more biodiversity and closeness to nature in settlement areas. With its spatial diversity, the “Millefleurs” (thousand flowers) concept supports natural diversity in the surroundings that we planned for the residential complex.

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The Opening of the Helmut Zilk Park Vienna

After six years of planning and construction the main area of the Helmut Zilk Park opened in Vienna on July 8, 2016. The completion of the park is to follow in 2017.

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Flower Garden in Treptow Park Berlin

Spring has also sprung in the flower garden in Berlin. The first images of the flowers in the garden, which is presently being restored according to the original plans from 1960, delight the visitors.

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Rhine River Promenade Basel

After nine years of planning and construction, the Rhine River Promenade is now in its first summer! In the morning, it is respectively still calm; in the afternoon, it is heavily frequented by pedestrians and - in fine weather - by bathers. The fish spawning grounds have been accepted, but no beavers have yet been observed.

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New Residential and Commercial Building on Pappelallee in Berlin

Together with Jürgen Mayer H., we have intensively landscaped the roof over a commercial center and courtyard areas. The result are high-quality play and recreational areas. The apartments facing the courtyard will boast private gardens.

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Cantonal Hospital Baden - 1st Prize

A surrounding green space consisting of Feldpark (field park), Südgarten (south garden), and Parkgarten (park garden) characterizes the outdoor space of the new Cantonal Hospital Baden and integrates it into the structures of the landscape. In cooperation with the team of Nickl & Partner Architekten, we were able to win over the jury with a holistic design.

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Train Station Square Fribourg - 1st Prize

With the newly designed train station square in Fribourg, the city is receiving a modern entrance to the city. Removing the projecting roof that covers the square today facilitates the historically unique opportunity to present the “Jo Siffert Fountain” by Jean Tinguely on the square anew in a dignified setting. We are pleased about this success in cooperation with the traffic planners of Basler&Hofmann and the Atelier für Städtebau Van der Wetering.

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Joachimsthaler Platz Berlin

Over ten years ago, our winning competition design was realized in a simplified form. The social fabric around the square has, however, now changed. It is now being redesigned anew to be more attractive and respond to current needs - as a PAUSE on Kurfürstendamm.