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Urban via panorama files the paintings of a panorama architect energetic within the interface among city making plans, open area making plans and structure. for a few years Rainer Schmidt Landschaftsarchitekten + Stadtplaner were one of the major workplaces within the fields of panorama and concrete making plans; the initiatives also are more and more being learned the world over, mainly in North Africa, the center East and China.

The company’s overriding goal is to discover solutions to the urban-planning difficulties of this present day, and to take action within the knowledge that twenty first century panorama structure can be a ‘built’ mirrored image on how humans care for each other and with nature. The place of work places those solutions into perform as designs and moves a winning stability among layout, capabilities and emotions. The clever use of normal assets is of top value for the paintings of the place of work in order to maximize the ecological, fiscal and social impression of the projects.

In a number of essays the publication addresses the imperative subject matters in Schmidt’s paintings and files a few forty chosen tasks together with the spotlight company Towers in Munich, the park urban Schwabing, the Congress middle Doha and the good Mosque of Algiers.

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Die „Kiesamö­ ben“ lagen in einer abgesenkten Ebene. Die zwölf Zellen des Zellgartens waren zwischen 120 und 600 Quadratmeter groß und mit Wegen verbunden. Jede Zelle war umgrenzt von 2,5 Meter hohen Kieswällen und barg einen eigenen Erlebnisgarten. Rote „Wissensboxen“ an den Wegen vermittelten anschaulich Ergänzungen zu den Inhalten der Themengärten. Einige dieser Boxen wur­ den auch in der Münchener Innenstadt platziert und trugen so die Gartenschau in den städtischen Kontext – als Ereignis und als Information über die Themen.

Zellgärten Wörtlich wurde in diesem Ausstellungsbereich „vom Ort her“ gearbeitet, denn die Umgrenzungswälle der Zell­gärten entstanden aus am Ort geschobenem Kies. Die „Kiesamö­ ben“ lagen in einer abgesenkten Ebene. Die zwölf Zellen des Zellgartens waren zwischen 120 und 600 Quadratmeter groß und mit Wegen verbunden. Jede Zelle war umgrenzt von 2,5 Meter hohen Kieswällen und barg einen eigenen Erlebnisgarten. Rote „Wissensboxen“ an den Wegen vermittelten anschaulich Ergänzungen zu den Inhalten der Themengärten.

Terrace ground of the restaurant The terrace will be used by a restaurant. The historic terrace was partly destroyed in the Second World War and 31 underwent a makeshift renovation. It will be rebuilt to match the historical original. The pedestal in its centre, which once carried a sculpture, will be removed to clear the space for the restaurant. Historic rose varieties will be planted along the wall, while the extant taxus balls on the lawn will be retained. The low boxwood hedge, which was once planted between the main stairs to the terrace, will be re­ stored.

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