Quartierpark Thurgauerstrasse  

District Park Thurgauerstrasse Zürich

A consistent framework of trees consisting of indigenous tree species frames the future district park. Toward the existing and new residential area, this framework is permeable and again and again permits views in and out. Toward Thurgauerstrasse, the framework of trees consistently opens up and provides space for a spacious, inviting entrance area, which anchors the appearance of the park on the main thoroughfare, Thurgauerstrasse.

Grosshofbrücke  

Grosshofbrücke Kriens

The new bridge grows out of the municipality of Sonnenberg like a building, spans the street, and is inserted into the south of the valley landscape. The park on the rooftop landscape links the city with the autobahn park in the south and itself represents an important local recreation area.

Botanischer Garten Dahlem  

Botanical Garden Dahlem Berlin

With its over forty-three hectares and around 22,000 different species of plants, the Botanical Garden in Berlin is the biggest botanical garden in Germany. It belongs to the Freie Universität Berlin and has the status of a central institution independent of the faculties.

St. Peter-Ording – Promenade II  

Promenade II St. Peter-Ording

The open space concept incorporates the basic principles of the architecture. Islands of vegetation at the main entrance clearly separate the individual functions. Basic access for vehicles to the plot of land is concentrated along the building so as to be able to create a high-quality space for spending time along the ship canal with promenade.

Treptowerpark Berlin  

Treptowerpark Berlin

The primary goal was to preserve the existing design vocabulary while simultaneously strengthening the landscape park character by restoring visual contact with the Spree. Doing away with oversized path areas was also an aim. The existing structure of the beds was retained. The composition of the planting has been interpreted in a contemporary manner, with the color themes taken over and carried forward.

Park am Seebogen  

Park am Seebogen Wien

The Park am Seebogen is distinguished by its favorable location with respect to the new elevated railway in the Seestadt Aspern. It forms the spatial backbone that links all the parts of the park with one another as a mile for urban use. A framework of trees with alternating rows frames an open clearing. From a centrally positioned park balcony, one can let one’s gaze wander to the nearby lake.

Rheinuferpromenade  

New Rhine River Promenade St. Johann Basel

Curving terraces surmount the striking difference in heights between the Novartis Campus Park and the bank of the Rhine. The language of forms, inspired by the force of the current, interweaves the two spheres of the park with the site at the Rhine, and creates a unique zone along the riverbank.

Villes et Champs Genève  

Villes et Champs Genf

At the edge of the city, a path leads to a sitting area. What seems to be unspoiled nature was once an overgrown waste disposal site. With only a few interventions, it is now a garden. A book box holds garden books as inspiration for reflecting on “nature.” “Si vous possédez une bibliothèque et un jardin, vous avez tout ce qu’il vous faut .” Cicero, Epistulae ad familiares IX, 4, à Varro (rédigées entre 63 et 43 av. J.-C) http://paradis-de-lecture.net/

Rudolf-Bednar Park  

Rudolf-Bednar Park Wien

A contiguous “veil of trees” anchors Rudolf-Bednar-Park in the future district of the city. Under its canopy, there are various attractions, from the skater facility to the tranquil Quartiergarten. Orange steles with play equipment call to mind the reeds that once grew on the Danube floodplain.

Helmut-Zilk-Park  

Helmut-Zilk-Park Wien

A new city park is being created on the site of the former railroad tracks. A grove of blossoming trees surrounds the expansive, central meadow. On the southern side, a generous sundeck offers a café and a wide range of opportunities for play.

Gleisbogen Zürich  

Gleisbogen Zürich

The strategy proposed takes up the process of change in the planning area and develops a dynamic from it. The backbone consists of a 5 to 10 meter wide band that can be experienced and traversed as a walking and cycling path on the red concrete surface, and that sends a new signal in the industrial district with a striking pedestrian bridge.

Schlossinsel Harburg  

Park on Harburg Castle Island Hamburg

For the International Building Exhibition IBA in Hamburg, Harburg is receiving a park that offers varied park scenery along with historical heritage. Dense groves of trees on the sides open up sight axes to the surrounding waters of the harbor. The slightly elevated site of the former castle is accentuated.

Rheinuferpromenade Klein-Basel  

Rheinuferpromenade Kleinbasel Basel

The promenade with one avenue connects the bank of the Rhine with the adjacent urban spaces. Sight windows mark the cross streets and lead into the city. In front of the Altstadt, terraced steps invite spending time. The various embankments are retained. Gravel deposits characterize the slip face and provide a valuable habitat for flora, fauna, and site for nature lovers.

Grünprojekt Horb 2011  

Green Project 2011 Horb-am-Neckar

Horb connects: a band of color forms the backbone of the green project and moves in a gentle arc along the Neckar floodplain. It twists and curves in all three dimensions and thus facilitates various spaces for experiencing the project.

Pestalozzi-Anlage  

Pestalozzi-site Zürich

The small lawn area in front of the globe becomes the symbolic cushion of calm amidst the bustling world of Zurich’s Bahnhofstrasse.

Landschaftsgarten Elfenau Bern  

Conservation Management Plan for Elfenau Bern

The special features of this valuable historic garden gently become more strongly emphasized once again as a result of appropriate conservation and cultivation. This includes the opening up of visual links and the more intensive planting of the broad meadows. Individual areas such as the courtyard will be rehabilitated in such a way that the ideas of the original owner become perceptible once again.

Altes Gebäu, Fontanapark  

Baroque Garden Altes Gebäu and Fontanapark Chur

The garden, which has been resigned several times, now has its original proportions once again. The old trees have been retained. The beds have been re-interpreted, and in place of the orangery, an arcade of yews separates the parterre from the gardens on Grabenstrasse.

Unteres Seebecken  

Lower Lake Area Zürich

The lower lake area is one of the main attractions of the City of Zurich. It was created in 1887 after part of the lake was filled in. Different areas lie like pearls on a string. Although redesigned numerous times, they are still able to withstand the demands of heavy use. They are now being developed further based on their original design intention.

Barockgarten Rechberg  

Baroque Garden Palais Rechberg Zürich

The garden from 1760 is considered to be one of the most magnificent Baroque gardens in Zurich. Significant elements bear witness to the original garden. Amidst the inventory worthy of protection, novel plantings of annuals radiate a lively garden culture.

IGA Park Rostock  

IGA Park Rostock

The master plan combines an assessment and reorganization of the existing qualities of the park with a new museum building. The open space develops from a former garden show to a complex theme park in connection with the exhibition grounds, the River Warnow, and the museum.