German Landscape Architecture Award 2019: First prize to Baakenpark, HafenCity Hamburg

Baakenpark – Sehnsuchtsort in der östlichen HafenCity Hamburg, Planung: Atelier LOIDL, Foto: Leonard Grosch

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The competition for the German Landscape Architecture Award 2019 has been decided.

The first prize goes to Baakenpark - A place of longing in the eastern HafenCity, Hamburg, designed by Atelier LOIDL Landschaftsarchitekten, Berlin. This was decided by the jury on April 12, 2019 in Berlin. Since 2015, an artificial peninsula of Elbe sand has formed the green centre of the eastern Hafencity in the Elbe metropolis. The spectacular topography creates diverse spaces with the wild tree population. Where public life is shifting more and more to open space, concentrated and well-zoned different spaces are offered for a wide variety of uses.

At their meeting in the German Architecture Centre, the eleven judges appointed by the bdla, led by jury chair Prof. Inga Hahn, Hahn Hertling von Hantelmann, Hamburg/Berlin, sifted through the 35 nominated works, awarding first prize and awards in nine categories.

Awards go to:

Category Public space as a centre - Stadt Landschaft Burg, Burg, design author: relais Landschaftsarchitekten Heck Mommsen PartGmbB, Berlin

Category Living Environment and Category Use of Plants - HafenGold Offenbach. Outdoor facilities residential ensemble Hafeninsel, design author: club L94 landscape architects, Cologne

Category Nature and Landscape Experience - , design author: club L94 Landschaftsarchitekten, Cologne Magic of light and shadow - the Kurwaldpark in Bad LippspringeDesign author: A.W. Faust, Sinai Gesellschaft von Landschaftsarchitekten mbH, Berlin

Category Sport, Play, Movement - Volmepark, Kierspe, Design author: Franz Reschke Landscape Architects, Berlin

Category Young Landscape Architecture - Nature Cabinet

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