Marzahn recreation park - south extension

Holzsteg überspannt vorhandene Feuchtwiesen © 2011 Rehwaldt Landschaftsarchitekten

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Holzsteg überspannt vorhandene Feuchtwiesen © 2011 Rehwaldt Landschaftsarchitekten

The expansion of the site gave the park the opportunity to redefine its spatial and functional offerings. A basic thematic zoning of the site was proposed in order to clearly structure the diverse themes and create varied spaces. In addition to the "Gardens of the World" concept, further focal points can be designed. This structure is supported by a spatial idea that, in addition to a previously relatively small-scale structure, primarily creates generous park spaces and thus generates further usage options for all age groups.

The alternating wetlands along the Marzahn-Hellersdorfer Grenzgraben remain extensive meadow areas even after integration into the park. A footbridge leads across the wet meadows and allows visitors to experience the diverse vegetation first-hand. In order to integrate the "Gardens of the World" more strongly into the neighboring urban quarters, a new entrance was created which, together with the adjacent hedges, forms a dignified entrance to the park. The terrace extending towards the 'Koppelpfuhl' provides a wide view of the meadow area and is also available for a wide variety of uses.

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Planning offices

Rehwaldt Landscape Architects

Heike Langkutsch (Projektleitung)
Kerstin Heidel, Mattes Hoffmann

Project period
2007 - 2011

4,5 ha

Grün Berlin Park und Garten GmbH



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Project type
Parks and green spaces