© 2008 Martin Richardt | Davids | Terfrüchte + Partner
On 10 September 2009, the 9th competition for the German Landscape Architecture Award came to an end with the highlight, the award ceremony. From 71 entries to the competition, the jury had selected two first-place winners and seven honoured projects.
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The first prize was awarded to the landscape architecture office of Till Rehwaldt from Dresden for the planning of the "ULAP Park, Berlin". According to the jury, "the careful handling of the enchanted atmosphere of the site through very targeted landscape architectural interventions is impressive."
The second First Prize was accepted by Peter Davids and Friedhelm Terfrüchte of Davids I Terfrüchte + Partner Landschaftsarchitekten, Essen, for the project "Der Zauber des Schwarzen Berges, Carl-Alexander-Park I, Baesweiler". In the jury's opinion, the planners succeeded in bridging the gap between the interests of nature conservation in the landscape abandoned by mining with its landmarks visible from afar.
In the competition for the Special Prize 2009 House Garden, for which the bdla received 51 entries, the jury awarded first prize to a villa garden in St. Gilgen, Austria, and six commendations.