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`Die Plansche` Berlin, 1.Preis

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Testplanung Elbbrücken Hamburg

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Baubeginn in St.Peter Ording

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Rhine Promenade Basel - Advertising

Our projects are optimally suitable for advertising shoots as well ;)

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University of Bremen, 1st Prize

Along with E2A Architekten from Zurich, we are pleased to have been awarded the first prize for the new lecture hall building and event center of the University of Bremen. From the Campus Park, a spacious ramp of staircases leads up to the boulevard and quasi stages the new lecture hall building. Seating steps and platforms with loosely interspersed trees invite spending time and form a tiered forecourt to the foyer.

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Schwamendinger Dreieck, 1st Prize

At the Schwamendinger Dreieck, a central section of the garden city is being given one of its final urban landscape additions. The prelude at the tip of the triangle is a new city square, which forms a sequence of open spaces along a greened link to the district along with a district square. We, along with Graber Pulver Architekten, are delighted with the success.

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Parc de la Jonction Geneva

The “Parc de la Jonction” is being created in Geneva at the confluence of the Rhone and Arve rivers. Along with Banchini Architekten, we will develop the new park within the framework of a participatory process in cooperation with the population of Geneva.

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Blumenwies Indoor Pool St.Gallen, 1st Prize

We won the competition for the Blumenwies indoor pool in St. Gallen in cooperation with the Büro Andy Senn Architekten. The renovation and expansion of the indoor pool facilitates a clarification of the open space situation as a whole.

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Designing the Edges of Residential Areas

Edges are spaces of transition in which uses are overlaid and diverse elements find a place next to one another. There is scope for action for upgrading them not only in the open landscape, but also on an urban-planning level in residential areas and on the building plots themselves. A text in Thema Umwelt by Monika Schenk.

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The Sky Above - The City Below

How can we generate multilayered spaces in light of the ongoing changes in city? What’s more: How does the public space of tomorrow look? A text in anthos by Pascal Posset.

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Festive Opening of Experimenta in Heilbronn!

The biggest science center in Germany is now open. The ideas and visions from the competition in 2013 have become reality. The public square between the buildings, park, and Neckar river is part of the main entrance to the National Garden Show 2019.

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Nomination for the German Landscape Architecture Award 2019

With Treptower Park in Berlin, the Hager Partner AG is one of the thirty-five projects nominated for the “German Landscape Architecture Award 2019.”

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District Park on Thurgauerstrasse in Zurich, 1st Prize

Loosely planted trees frame an open clearing. They provide views to the inside and outside and along with ecologically high-quality areas protect the sensitive site. Toward Thurgauerstrasse, a spacious and inviting entrance area opens up. The most actively used area is located near the “Alten Schützenhaus.” All the planned participatory processes take place here.

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Himalaya Mountain Scenery at the Tierpark in Berlin

We have received acceptance of our bid to transform the up to now park-like zoo landscape into an experience landscape. In addition to other animals, snow leopards, small pandas, and Kiang yaks will find a new home on an area of 87,000 m2.

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Beelitz Heilstätten - Development Quadrant C

A new housing development with 1,300 dwellings on a total area of 63 hectares is being created at the Beelitzer Heilstätten, a former sanatorium. The main points of our planning are the sensitive handling of the landmarked ensemble and the careful integration of the new buildings within the existing structures while preserving the forest character to the greatest extent possible.

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WÜB Ambilly Thonex Geneva - 1st Prize

The courtyards of the WÜB Ambilly Thonex function as steppingstones between the cultural landscape and the urban area. The design includes extensively used meadows, wooden structures, and local woody plants, and thus provide a habitat and food source for many species of animals. An extensive gravel-covered area serves as a market place and meeting point; patches of lawn with flowers invite playing, relaxing, grilling, et cetera.

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Community Center in Oberwil (BL) - 1st Prize

The new community center building gives rise to a plaza situation that is linked to the typical entrance zones and connects the historical and the new. A wide staircase with seating steps connects it with the upper level of the plaza in front of the Wehrlinhalle. This large plaza remains free as a place for taking a break or holding events. The pavement pattern invites playing and makes it into something special.

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Train Station St.Gallen - Opening

The new train station and train station square in St.Gallen were officially opened with a large, two-day festival. The final work to the north of the tracks is currently taking place.

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Wollmatt Dornach - 1st Prize

In redesigning the surroundings of the building extension for the new senior citizen and nursing home, the focus is on creating a clear address for the new building and giving the open spaces nearby a new quality. Traffic calming (interaction zone) is taken into consideration as a fundamental prerequisite for the appropriation of these spaces. Besides upgrading the public spaces, the concept also offers a spacious roof terrace that can be used collectively.

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Urban Space Concept Lucerne

With the urban space concept for the center of the city of Lucerne, our team shows the potentials of upgrading public urban space in the center of the city and adjoining city districts. The concept is based on the insights and analyses of the project Stadtraum Luzern (Urban Space Lucerne) and presents objectives, design approaches, and possible uses as well as measures for upgrading these urban spaces derived from them.

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Train Station Site Wittstock an der Dosse

The new train station site has become part of the day-to-day life of residents of Wittstock, and the square will also be used until October 2019 as a main entrance for visitors to the State Garden Show. We are pleased by the positive resonance.

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Train Station Grounds Bad Salzungen

The execution is progressing well. After the new reconstruction of Bahnhofsstrasse and the laying of pipes for all utilities, what now follows is the construction of the western train station plaza and Goethepark. The site as a whole, including the upgrading of the station building, will be completed by the end of 2019.

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Bahnhofplatz Wil (SG), 1st Prize

An open, uncluttered square with loose groupings of trees forms the new point of arrival at the train station. The bus station is given a simple, elegant roof. The transport connections are clarified and elaborated in detail. The distinctive avenue becomes an open, macadamized promenade. On the east side, a third row of trees is added to create a comfortable sidewalk area in front of the businesses.

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Elfenau Bern

Two new park benches flank the central Delfin-Brunnen (Dolphin Fountain) in the entrance courtyard. They have been replicated analogous to the large bench in front of the barn and, as recommended in the park maintenance plan, are curved. Enjoy the summer in the shade of the chestnut trees while sitting on them!

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Test Planning for Lischenmoos / Gümligen South Train Station—1st

Successful test planning for the development of the center of Gümligen in cooperation with Van de Wetering Atelier für Städtebau GmbH and mrs partner AG. A municipal center characterized by site-specific urbanity and a sense of scale, where people not only “live,” “work,” and “shop,” but also “enjoy” and “realize” themselves and “encounter” one another.

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Park am Seebogen, Vienna - 1st Prize

The park is distinguished by its positive position with respect to the new elevated railway in Seestadt Aspern. It forms the spatial backbone that connects all the sections of the park with one another as an urban mile for diverse uses. A framework of trees with alternating rows surrounds an open clearing. From a centrally located park balcony, one can let one’s gaze wander to the nearby lake.

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Treptower Park Berlin

With the completion of the cultivation by our firm, the maintenance of the new special garden in Treptower Park has now been handed over to the municipal district. The site as a whole has grown well and been well accepted by the population as vegetable stimulation and recreation area.

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Grosshofbrücke Lucerne - 1st Prize

Conceived as a “bridge house” toward the new side of the city, which merges with the landscape on the open valley side, the new Grosshofbrücke communicates between what already exists and the new on various levels and becomes a lively and pedestrian-accessible urban landscape.

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