Annual rings in the wild garden. The ring-shaped grain of the wood of a perennial plant, in particular a tree, which is visible in cross section, is called an annual ring.
The path connection builds on the existing main promenade, which is connected to the development of the buildings. The crossways create a network with the surroundings and complement the existing connections. This framework is further reinforced by the common pathways. This creates a complete network of the neighborhood. Not only the individual buildings are connected to each other via the unpaved commons trails that invite you to go for a walk, but also the numerous communal areas, such as the communal playgrounds and communal cookies. A special meeting point is the neighborhood square, which invites you to stay thanks to the seating steps.
The entire district is made up of various levels of the public that complement each other. Every building type, except the type L, has both private gardens and a sub-communal area that is only available to the community. Play areas, raised beds and communication facilities are housed here. In addition, the district is connected to one another by a commons in which different uses are embedded, such as places for relaxation, residence, communication and play. The neighborhood square acts as a public square. It is designed like an arena and is a meeting point and event location for the entire district. There is also an outdoor dining area on the square.
The general areas run through the ground floor zone and form extended neighborhood areas. The commons experience a second structural level and thus offer more space for communication between the individual residents.
- TeamKlaus Moldan
- Landscape architectureYEWO
- ClientAustrian Real Estate Development GmbH
- Competition1. Preis | 2018
- Effective Area5.250 m²
- RenderingsGERNER GERNER PLUS