Petuelpark Munich

Petuelpark © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Theme Garden (1) © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Theme Garden (2) © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Lawn steps © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Well deck in the Petuelpark © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Detail wave deck © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Rest area in Petuelpark (2) © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Water playground in Petuelpark © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Petuelpark © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

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Petuelpark © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Theme Garden (1) © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Theme Garden (2) © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Lawn steps © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Well deck in the Petuelpark © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Detail wave deck © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Rest area in Petuelpark (2) © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Water playground in Petuelpark © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Petuelpark © Jühling + Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten GbR

Art and recreation space above the Petuel Tunnel - the Petuelpark. Below the traffic rolls, above you walk in the green and enjoy art.

Since July 2002, traffic has been moving through the Petuel Tunnel. On the area above the tunnel a new park was created - the Petuelpark. It represents the gap between the two districts of Milbertshofen and Schwabing, which have long been separated by a traffic lane.

The Petuelpark offers many things: a picnic on the meadow, a stroll along the promenades or enjoying art - a green oasis instead of noise and exhaust fumes, and all this on an area of around 7.4 hectares. Three squares in the park invite young and old to linger, play, experience and rest.
The children will certainly not be bored - a water playground and various children's playgrounds offer enough variety. The world of gardens opens up in front of the leafy tunnel south wall with various themed gardens along the redesigned Nymphenburg-Biedersteiner Canal.

The Petuelpark is not only a space for leisure and recreation. It is also an art space. Thirteen works of art are discreetly placed in the park - sometimes almost hidden, they surprisingly enter the visitors' field of vision.
Since June 2005, the Petuelpark art and culture project has been complete with the opening of the café, fountain square and generation garden.

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Information on external websitesn

Offizille Seite des Petuelpark München

Planning offices

Jühling & Bertram Landschaftsarchitekten BDLA GbR
München

Jühling & Bertram GbR (bdla)
München

Further planners involved
Projektleitung
Landeshauptstadt München Baureferat (Gartenbau)
Dr. Ulrich Schneider Harald Mattheas Nicole Preussner

Gewässerplanung
Dr. Blasy und Dr. Øverland, Beratende Ingenieure GbR

Bauleitung
Wendler+Kalckhoff Landschaftsarchitekten (bdla)
Hubert Wendler, Stefan Kalckhoff

Architekt Café und Sozialpavillon
Uwe Kiessler

Planung Stahlbrücke
Auer+Weber Architekten, Mayr+Ludescher Ingenieure

Kunst (QUIVID)
Stefan Huber (Kurator) Barbara Bloom, Bogomir Ecker, Rodney Graham, Hans van Houwelingen, Harald Klingelhöller, Raimund Kummer, Alexandra Ranner, Roman Signer, Kiki Smith, Pia Stadtbäumer, Dietmar Tanterl, Aribert von Ostrowski

Project period
Mai 2003 - Juni 2004

Size
74 000 m2

Construction amount
ca. 10,9 Mio. Euro

Client
Bauherr: Landeshauptstadt München, Baureferat

Address
Nördlich der Barlachstraße
80809 München
Deutschland

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Project type
Parks and green spaces
Squares, promenades, pedestrian areas
Playgrounds, e.g. at childcare centers and schools