Lecture Green First - Landscape Architecture as an Opportunity for the Better

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Lecture by Ingrid Liebald and Katja Aufermann at the Oskar von Miller Forum andamp; online May 11, 2023.

© Laura Loewel

© Laura Loewel

"We build and always leave a footprint. Our concern is to do justice to every place and to create habitats for people, but also for animals and plants, from which we all too often first take away the habitat for this purpose. That's why we focus first on the existing landscape with its special features and potentials." This is the credo of landscape architects Ingrid Liebald and Katja Aufermann.

In their opinion, the topic of green should be at the beginning of all planning tasks in every building project at every planning level, whether urban land use planning or works planning: "Green First" as the pioneer Richard Bödecker called this philosophy.

For their ecological model settlement in Prinz-Eugen-Park in Munich, liebald aufermann landschaftsarchitekten und stadtplaner were awarded the Bavarian Landscape Architecture Prize in 2022 and the award in the residential environment category of the German Landscape Architecture Prize in 2023.

In planning and building, they want to take advantage of the opportunities to preserve what is valuable through forward-looking concepts and, in addition, to give back to the place something of what is being taken away from it and which is increasingly rare in high-density cities as well as in landscapes that are becoming more and more secluded: green spaces with adapted water management - on all building levels. These should provide a habitat for people as well as for plants and animals. They contribute significantly to improving the microclimate.

May 11, 2023, 6:30 p.m.
Hybrid: Oskar von Miller Forum / online

The lecture will begin at 6:30 p.m. At this time, a player will appear on the website below, allowing you to play the livestream. Further information
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