Landscape architecture has gained more and more reputation and charisma in recent years and stands for a combination of natural and anthropogenic perspectives, for a balance of man and environment, like hardly any other discipline.
Landscape architects work in a dynamic environment. This also shapes the work of the bdla.
Here we present the focal points of our association's work. They provide an insight into current debates, overarching developments and the broad range of tasks performed by our members.
The intensive use and climatic changes of urban and landscape spaces are placing ever-increasing demands on the design of the environment.Climate adaptation and green infrastructure
Parks and gardens, streets, squares and promenades shape the image of a city. They organize social life, encounters and recreation.Open space planning and urban design
To preserve the beauty and diversity of natural landscapes, to develop cultural landscapes with concepts and concrete projects - that is the goal of landscape planning work.Landscape planning and environmental development
Legal and business management issues are becoming increasingly important in projects and planning offices.Economy, contracting, fees, law
Landscape architects work in a demanding environment with complex professional requirements. The bdla offers support.Education and training
Competitions are an important means of strengthening building culture and innovations in practice. To this end, the bdla has been awarding the German Landscape Architecture Prize for over 25 years.German Landscape Architecture Award
The European and international dimension has also become a noticeable factor in landscape architecture.Europe and International