Member directory with updated information on the Bund Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekt:innen
The annual handbook, published by the bdla, has been published punctually at the beginning of the year by Patzer Verlag.
Press releases · 10. January 2023
Industry meeting of the landscape architecture to building technology and construction management in the free space planning as well as questions of the architect and fee right
On 20. and 21 January 2023 is it finally so far: Landschaftsarchitekt:innen from the German-speaking countries meets in presence again to the traditional bdla construction manager discussions. The training event is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and the bdla is dedicating two top-class panel discussions to this anniversary as the crowning conclusion of the first day.
Press releases · 23. November 2022
Application in the online procedure. Deadline on January 26, 2023
The Association of German Landscape Architects (bdla) has awarded the German Landscape Architecture Prize for the 16th time.
Press releases · 09. November 2022
bdla comments on action program of the Federal Ministry for the Environment
The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Nuclear Safety and Consumer Protection has presented an ambitious action program for natural climate protection for discussion. With the draft, the federal government intends to make a substantial contribution to climate protection, the protection of biological diversity and precautions against the consequences of the climate crisis. To this end, the synergies between nature conservation and climate protection are to be exploited in a more targeted manner than in the past; four billion euros have been earmarked for implementation between 2022 and 2026.
In the view of the bdla, the proposed measures are a significant step towards better climate protection in Germany. In principle, the association recommends that the allocation of funds in the action program should not be based on the "watering can principle", but should ideally prioritize measures on the basis of technical-spatial target concepts.
Press releases · 02. November 2022
20 bdla recommendations for a consistent climate adaptation policy with a focus on urban landscapes.
The German government has set a significant course for climate adaptation and protection for the 20th legislative period. These include the announcements of a new climate adaptation law, a national climate adaptation strategy, an action program for natural climate protection, and a reform of building law.
Press releases · 11. October 2022
Professional handout for planners and builders as well as recommendations for cities and municipalities, published as a brochure and flyer
The bdla has currently published a handout for planners and builders/recommendations for cities and municipalities on the qualified open space design plan (FGP).
Press releases · 08. September 2022
Seminar on November 16, 2022 in Hamburg-Harburg
Profitability, efficiency as well as strategic business orientation are the big topics in young offices. They are often fraught with uncertainties. In the workshop on November 16, 2022 on the premises of the Lorenz von Ehren tree nursery, Hamburg-Harburg, Dipl. Ing. Ralph Wölffing-Seelig will present the diverse instruments of the HOAI. Claus Rödding, WES LandschaftsArchitektur, Hamburg, will deal with questions of personnel planning and calculation.
Press releases · 06. September 2022
bdla publishes Pixi book "Landscape architect Lena plans a park for all
Planning professions in Pixi format are not entirely new. What is new is the bdla's Pixi booklet entitled "Landscape architect Lena plans a park for all".
Press releases · 23. August 2022
The implementation of Building Information Modeling poses numerous questions for open space and landscape planners when learning and applying this method. In the training on September 9, 2022 in Frankfurt/Main, pragmatic ways of implementation will be presented and discussed based on the experiences of various planning offices.
Press releases · 12. July 2022
With increasing densification of cities, advancing climate change and growing interest in greening, the use of plants is currently becoming increasingly important in landscape architecture. The online event of the bdla on September 27, 2022, starts exactly there.
Press releases · 29. June 2022