Park on Weißenseestraße, Munich Redevelopment of the park area

Individuell gestaltete Kletterlandschaft. © Keller Damm Kollegen

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Spiellandschaft mit blauem Tartanbelag. © Keller Damm Kollegen

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Spiellandschaft mit Findlingen. © Keller Damm Kollegen

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Detail Asphalt- und Tartanbelag. © Keller Damm Kollegen

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Riesenschaukel an Metallgerüst. © Jörg Koopmann Keller Damm Kollegen

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Wiesental im Park © Regine Keller Keller Damm Kollegen GmbH

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Parklandschaft mit Staudenpflanzung. © Keller Damm Kollegen

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Individuell gestaltete Kletterlandschaft. © Keller Damm Kollegen

Spiellandschaft mit blauem Tartanbelag. © Keller Damm Kollegen

Spiellandschaft mit Findlingen. © Keller Damm Kollegen

Detail Asphalt- und Tartanbelag. © Keller Damm Kollegen

Riesenschaukel an Metallgerüst. © Jörg Koopmann Keller Damm Kollegen

Wiesental im Park © Regine Keller Keller Damm Kollegen GmbH

Parklandschaft mit Staudenpflanzung. © Keller Damm Kollegen

The park on both sides of the Weißenseestraße in the Munich district of Obergiesing is divided into the park part located north of the Weißenseestraße and the "Katzenbuckel" located south. The planning was carried out in the participation procedure.

Including the existing uses were bundled and new qualities of stay and places created. Special importance is given to the work with the existing.

For this purpose, we took up erratic blocks as a design element, which represent a reminiscence of the original use of the site as a gravel pit. The condensed structure of boulders at the central point, the play island, is carried into the expanse of the park and gives the entire park a new and characteristic character. Entrance areas, crossing points of paths and visual relations are marked by the placement of the different and partly overman-high boulders. They offer a variety of uses and play opportunities.

The play island offers small and older children an attractive range of play opportunities. Play areas that are currently scattered throughout the park will be clustered here to make it easier for parents with children of different ages to supervise them. The various play areas will be accessed via a pavement network, which will allow barrier-free access to the offerings. Themed areas include water play, climbing area for older children and teens, spinning, seesaws and swings. Barrier-free play equipment is included in the selection of equipment.

With the development of a path concept, changed usage habits and the increased number of users were taken into account. Thus, new paths were created and existing paths were partly widened.

The blossom path with a tree row of bird cherry trees runs through the entire park as a connecting element. In the border area to the Mittlerer Ring, an emission protection planting of hornbeams was created.

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Planning offices

Keller Damm Colleagues Ltd.
München

Employees
Regine Keller, Franz Damm, Diana Huß

Project period
2006 - 2011

Size
8,2 Hektar

Client
Landehauptstadt München, Baureferat Gartenbau

Address
Weißenseestraße
81539 München
Deutschland

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Prices & Awards
Bayerischer Landeswettbewerb 2014 - Modellhafte Stadt- und Ortssanierung