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OLYMPIC FOREST PARK BEIJING

Consulting for design implementation

The Olympic forest park is one of the largest urban parks worldwide. It combines a classical Chinese design with the needs for a 21th. century city. The sustainable approach for this project required the adaption of new technologies to local conditions, integration in to the landscape and coordination with different planning
and engineering disciplines.

Client: Tsinghua University / National Olympic Committee of China and City of Beijing
Value: Confidential
Status: completed 2008
Awards: 2007 Premio Internazionale Torsanlorenzo
2009 ASLA Honor Award

SIEMENS CENTER BEIJING

Principal designer, project manager and technical lead (for Consortium of ARCHISPACE Beijing / GTL Kassel (Germany) / GHD Beijing

Siemens China headquarter is a very dense office complex with plaza, central courtyard and
roof garden at 27th floor. The design expresses Siemens cooperate image as an international
company with German origin. For Siemens as one of the leader in green building technology,
it was very important to introduce sustainable design that suitable for Chinese conditions from
low-tech (storm water management) to high-tech (lighting) solutions.
Client: Siemens Real Estate
Value: 20 Mio. RMB
Status: completed 2011

NATIONAL GARDEN FESTIVAL MUNICH 2005

Senior designer and technical lead, responsible for preliminary and detailed design, tendering

The garden festival consists of permanent gardens for the future residential district and temporary
exhibition areas. Garden shows included many experimental designs and materials.

Client: Federal Garden Show Munich 2005 Ltd. and City of Munich
Value: 13 Mio EURO
Status: completed 2005
Awards: 2006 Premio Internazionale Torsanlorenzo

PLAYGROUND FOR THE NATIONAL GARDEN FESTIVAL MUNICH 2005

Consulting during competition  for  Olga-Boehler-Wetsch
Project manager for ARGE Ulrich-Wolf-Preis (Olga Boehler -Wetsch and Rainer Schmidt Landschaftsarchitekten), responsible for preliminary and detailed design, construction documentation

The playground design was inspired by the general motto of the garden show “change of perspective” and the strip pattern of the surrounding areas. From a giant’s perspective we played with the stripes (folding, twisting, bending them) and created stripes for playing.

Client: Federal Garden Show Munich 2005 Ltd. and City of Munich
Value: 0,3 Mio EURO
Status: completed 2005
Awards: Ulrich-Wolf-Preis 2004 (for Olga Boehler-Wetsch)

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RESTAURATION OF PUBLIC SQAURE FOR THE BAVARIAN NATIONAL MUSEUM

Project manager responsible for preliminary and detailed design, tendering and site engineering

The former historic square was destroyed by widening the Prinzregenten-street. The place in
front of the museum was degenerated to a car park. The restoration created a contemporary
public open space in relation with the surrounding historic buildings in one of the city’s major
axis. Design, tendering and construction have to be completed within 4 months for the reopening
presented by the Bavarian premier minister at the 150th anniversary of the museum.

Client: Association of the Friends of the National Bavarian Museum
Value: 5 Mio. Euro
Status: completed 2005
Awards: 2006 Premio Internazionale Torsanlorenzo

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