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City and Landscape

The rapid changes in the global environment call for new ways of thinking beyond established categories of urban landscapes. It is only when living environments are considered on a large scale that they can be created in a sustainable way for future generations.
The contrasts between city and landscape are becoming more and more blurred. Locations that are difficult to define, that cannot be assigned to one category or the other, are coming into being. For such hybrid spaces, it is necessary to find new interpretations that are accepted by residents as attractive living environments. We comprehend considering spaces on a large scale, and thus as a “landscape,” as an opportunity for qualitative further development toward an ecological city-landscape, which provides a sustainable basis for life for future generations.
Within the framework of the IBA Basel 2020 and Label project “3Land—Drei Städte, eine Zukunft” (Three Cities—One Future), we developed a cross-national nature conservation and open space concept for the urban and industrial landscape spaces of the border triangle.
With the green and open space concept that we developed, the city of Rapperswil-Jona can improve and develop its range of open spaces and interconnect them more optimally for an increasing number of residents.
The urban space concept proposes goals, design approaches and possible uses for upgrading public urban spaces in Lucerne and visualises this potential using selected open spaces as examples.
The boulevard planted with species of maples with tall trunks forms the backbone of the new district of the city of Opfikon. The access roads and green corridors with “courses of streams” for absorbing water from the roofs of the adjacent buildings are situated perpendicular to it.
The Volkspark Altona is once again supposed to play a bigger role in the awareness of the population of Hamburg and is thus being upgraded with targeted measures. Our master plan enhances the accessibility of the park and improves how it is integrated in urban space with attractive entrances.

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