Development concept Rieselfelder Hobrechtsfelde

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Absatzbecken © Dr. Antje Backhaus gruppe F

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Schieber © Dr. Antje Backhaus gruppe F

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Rohre mit blauer Spitze weisen den Rieselrundweg © Dr. Antje Backhaus gruppe F

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Biotope entwickeln sich © ThoMi Bauermeister gruppe F

Absatzbecken © Dr. Antje Backhaus gruppe F

Schieber © Dr. Antje Backhaus gruppe F

Becken © ThoMi Bauermeister gruppe F

Beim Interview für den Audioguide © ThoMi Bauermeister gruppe F

Rohre mit blauer Spitze weisen den Rieselrundweg © Dr. Antje Backhaus gruppe F

For the area of the former sewage fields Hobrechtsfelde, gruppe F developed an overall landscape planning concept that combines aspects of nature and landscape protection with recreational functions. The starting point for the concept was the re-irrigation of the sewage fields near Berlin-Buch. Open areas, bushes and groups of trees alternate on soils with varying degrees of pollution. The aim is to develop a varied, wooded landscape. The stabilisation of the landscape water balance is a top priority. In order to meet the demands of local recreation, gruppe F developed concepts for visitor information and visitor guidance as well as for strengthening the amenities available. Among other things, an audio guide was created which tells of the special history of the site (http://www.stadtentwicklung.berlin.de/forsten/ rieselfelder_hobrechtsfelde/en/audio/index.shtml). In addition, the elements developed for the design and furnishing of the open space are robust and vandalism-proof and at the same time low-maintenance and easy to produce with forestry resources.

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Planning offices

gruppe F
Berlin

Project period
2005 - 2008

Size
340 ha

Client
Berliner Forsten

Address

Berlin
Deutschland

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