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 since Auguste Rodins âBÃ¼rger von Calaisâ there is a discussion about the pedestal and its variable amplitude with regards to the content of a piece of art. Constantin Brancusi continues . . .
London, Juli 2015
Published in discover GERMANY - Issue 28 . . .
Landscape Architecture Europe, 2015
âThe remark that Ripple Park was seen as âgood 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 . . .
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 . . .
The expert report for the protection, development and maintenance of the monumental palace grounds Schieder gives attention to the different time layers of the park, their importance and future interaction. The palace garden with its 20ha was created over the . . .
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 bridgeâs structure is carried out . . .
On the summer island in Heilbronn, one of the first 3D-generated landscape parks, combining the shapes of moraines, dunes and sandy beaches, opens with the Federal Horticultural Show (âBundesgartenschauâ, BUGA in short) 2019. On the summer island in Heilbronn, . . .
Guxhagen, 2018, 1st prize
Urban Idea, Mission Statement of the "Three Rings"
The historical and structural figure of the former monastery complex should be made legible again in its ring structure. The first ring around the inner ensemble of the abbey church . . .