The 13th competition for the German Landscape Architecture Award has been decided.

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First prize goes to the Rheinboulevard in Cologne-Deutz, designed by Planorama Landschaftsarchitektur, Berlin.

This was decided by the jury at its meeting in Berlin on 28 April 2017. Furthermore, awards were determined in nine categories.

This is the 13th competition for the German Landscape Architecture Award since it was first announced in 1993. The prize, which is awarded every two years, honours exemplary projects and their authors. The subject matter is socially and ecologically oriented settlement and landscape development as well as contemporary open space planning. Outstanding planning achievements, including conceptual ones, which demonstrate aesthetically sophisticated, innovative and ecological solutions are honoured.

In the 13th year, project submission and the determination of nominations took place exclusively online for the first time. At their meeting on 28 April 2017 at the German Architecture Centre in Berlin, the judges looked through the 30 nominated works and decided on the awarding of the first prize and the awards in the categories of plant use, green infrastructure as a strategy, neighbourhood development / living environment, participation and planning, nature conservation and landscape experience, sport, play, movement, climate adaptation and sustainability, light in open spaces and landscape architecture in detail.

The award will be presented at a ceremony on Friday, 29 September 2017 in Berlin.

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