Timmendorfer Strand, 2017, 2nd prize
The pier vibrates in soft movements, like a wave in the direction of the horizon. Their floating, formal reduced form is built harmoniously by balancing linear stretching and wave movement. The spatial movement of the bridgeâ€™s structure is carried out in multiple dimensions: horizontally, soft swinging from left to right and vertically from the main path down almost to sea level. The idea of â€žstriding into the sea" is merged . . .
Bell-town and textile town of Apolda
The state garden show in Apolda invites the visitors to walk along three walks through the historic park. The walks within the restored park and their accompanying planting designs thematically revisit the tradition of bell . . .
London, Juli 2015
Published in discover GERMANY - Issue 28 . . .
Hannover, Dezember 2015, 1st prize
The seemingly disparate contraries of the carried and the borne, of the served and the operated and of the below and above are no longer separable in the 21st century. In fact they form a symbiotic relationship - at least . . .
Visbek, 2008 bis 2011, nominated for the german landscape architecture prize of 2017
nominated for best private plots 2012
The Oldenburger MÃ¼nsterland is characterized as an agricultural region in Lower Saxony, Northern Germany. The aim of the project was to realign the boundaries of the existing estate and embed the historic farmhouse in a . . .
RÃ¼desheim am Rhein, 2013, mention
The trip with the cable car to the Niederwald monument and the park Osteinschen is the main attraction of the journey from the valley to the top. Sustainable buildings help avoid a segregation of visitors with mobility limitation and help . . .
Neunkirchen am Sand, 2015, 4th prize
The compact ensemble of the churchyard of St. Maria, with presbytery and parish barn, builds the urban reference for the creation of the new town centre. With the monument renovation of the mill building, a new central "heart" was created. . . .
Neustadt a.d.Weinstrasse, 2004 - 2014, nominated for the german landscape architecture prize of 2017
German Natural Stone Prize 2013 - category landscape and open space
at the presentation of the DAM Prize in 2013 Peter Cachola Schmal said:
" ... they have created here a new and beautiful public space virtually unmatched anywhere north of the . . .
Montreux / Schweiz, 2013
The building is an interpretation of the existing geometric shapes of the architectural ensemble of the castle. The â€œthe defensive and the rough-edgedâ€œ of the place, in correspondence with the geometric roof scenery of the bazaar, is a model for . . .
In 1969 opened the only amusement park of the DDR, called â€žKulturpark PlÃ¤nterwaldâ€œ. After been closed and fenced in 2001, the buildings and rides fell into a nearly 15 year long â€œslumberâ€œ. A new high-quality concept for the park with . . .
Landscape Architecture Europe, 2015
â€žThe remark that Ripple Park was seen as â€˜good for the spiritâ€™ illustrates the deep connection that all jury members shared with this project. It was one of the few projects that the entire jury agreed about for the duration . . .
Werra - Meissner - Kreis, 2008 / 2012, 1st prize
ENNO opened ...
The Trust of Fortress Ludwigstein intends to establish an annexe to the castle area in cooperation with the archive of the German Youth Movement, the castle hostel and the youth centre. The extension will offer seminar- and learning facilities. After more . . .