Open Spaces

Open Spaces

The charm of the seasons, of weather and of flowering belongs to the archetypal repertoire of our life cycle, not as a decorative element but as an essential one. Moreover, this includes not only agreeable but also frightening occurrences, such as lightning and thunder. In our open space, there may be more information beyond form and design than in them. Does design perhaps only prepare a place so that we can experience those natural occurrences?

Surely our repertoire particularly includes protecting against natural occurrences, against too much wind, too much sun, too much noise, and against all kinds of adversities. What interests more is to study and apply more systematically the things that we perhaps use spontaneously, such as the invisible aspect of visual communication or the non-visible aspect of aesthetics.

(from “Landscape architecture as an intercultural principle”, Topos 50)

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BMCM
Biomedical Research Centre (BMC) of the Ludwig - Maximilian University of Munich, DE >>

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HEIM
Heiligkreuz-Areal in Mainz >>

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ESNO
Nonnewisen Lot 4N, Esch-sur-Alzette, LU >>

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BFNM
Vocational college and college of further education in economics at Nordhaide, Munich >>

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W538
High-rise Viertel Zwei, Vienna, AT >>

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LEON
St Leonhard, Nuremberg, DE >>

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EDSS
Eichendorffschule in Stuttgart Bad Cannstatt, DE >>

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OLCH
Secondary School Olching, DE >>

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FRÖT
Haidpark, Munich - Fröttmaning, DE >>

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ZOBM
Central coach station, Munich, DE >>

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CHNP
Centre Hospitalier Ettelbruck - De Park >>

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REPS
Campus Repsol, Madrid, ES >>

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LUXH
Hôpital de Kirchberg, Luxembourg, LU >>

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LAUS
Lauriston School, London, UK >>

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WPSA
Westpark Educational Centre Augsburg, DE >>

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HOLZ
School Centre with day nursery and sports hall in Holzkirchen, DE >>

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LIZP
Solar-City Linz-Pichling, AT >>

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ULMU
Science City Ulm “Auf dem Eselsberg”, University West, DE >>

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FOSF
Technical College Friedberg, DE >>

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SOKA
Administration building SOKA-Bau, Wiesbaden, DE >>

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SHEL
Shell Research and Technology Center in Thornton, Manchester, GB >>