The office of Sonja Klaus and Gabriele Salzberger exists in its current form since 2017 and is located in the district of Landshut.
Originally, our office was founded in 1993 by Norbert Büttner and led until 2017 as part of a partnership company with Sonja Klaus.
In early 2022, the renaming took place in Klaus Salzberger Landscape Architects.
We always see open spaces in interaction with their surroundings.
This applies to all planning regardless of whether it is a historic town center, a new construction project, a redevelopment or an urban concept planning.
So, from our point of view, material and design language can never be judged sweepingly, but must always be thought in context.
Our claim is to recognize the peculiarity of a place and to solve the planning task tailored to the respective framework conditions.
FIELDS OF WORK
Property planning / open space planning
Residential and commercial buildings, playgrounds, sports and recreational areas, outdoor facilities of schools, kindergartens and day nurseries, open spaces for seniors, spa facilities, outdoor facilities of churches, cemeteries, square and street design, traffic calming, car parking areas, parks, fountains and water facilities, roof greening, planting planning, private gardens.
Landscape planning, water planning and soil protection
Landscape conservation planning, special species protection tests, FFH compatibility studies, management of eco-account areas, impact compensation balancing according to the Bavarian Compensation Ordinance, landscape conservation framework and development planning, environmental impact studies, watercourse development planning, watercourse conversion concepts, flood protection, support and advice on hydromorphological improvement measures on rivers and lakes. hydromorphological improvement measures at flowing waters, application for subsidies, e.g. according to RZWas, mining and recultivation planning, supervision and recultivation of landfills.
Land-use and landscape planning, development and green-space planning, environmental reports, regional planning procedures.
Appraisals for local development and redevelopment, settlement and commercial development, village renewal, structural planning, supervision and moderation of citizen participation, urban studies and concepts
For interdisciplinary planning, we work in a network of ecologists and specialist engineers.