The principal fields of services of the office are the master-planning and implementation of multi-scale large projects in the fields of landscape architecture, environmental planning, urban design, urban development and supervision on both national and international levels. These include but are not limited to: Parks and Recreation Facilities, Master Planning + Urban Design, Large Scale Residential Areas including Spatial Planning, University Campuses, Tourism Development and Resorts, Headquarter Buildings, Government and Private Commercial Centers and Office Buildings, Garden Exhibitions (national and international), Educational Facilities - including Kindergardens and Schools, Marine and Industrial Facilities, Mosques, Hotels, Hospital Landscape Facilities and Private Villas.
The two tower structures + urban complex was meticulously designed to reflect the local culture, create a people-centric yet unique biophilic environment, serving as a powerful metamorphic and symbolic tool. The buildings transform with the city’s atmosphere through the application of a custom fritted glass pattern which emulates Chinese bamboo when seen from afar. 2013-2018. Cooperation with FGP Architects, Chicago; Client: Shanghai Binjiang International Tourist Resort Dev. Co., Ltd.
On the ground of a former quarry and following thea subsequent use of a fair, an existing state garden exhibition became extended and restructured by the concept of Killesberg-Park as a "green joint" in between existing and new urban areas (residences "Forum K"). The concept of the park is to sculpture "grass pillows" in between paths. The "grass-pillows" generate a perception of space which is conditioned by a priority for "nature". 1999-2013, client: Town of Stuttgart/ Fürst Development
Built form arrangement and open spaces provide a variety of offers for meeting, gardening, celebrating ... in different types of architecture and common and private open spaces around two historically valuable, reused buidings, creating a noise-protected unit of space near a public park with organically laid paths and lowered areas of rain water retention.The quarter frames a former village core in Munich region. 2007-2015, Cooperation with UTZ Architects, Client HI Wohnbau, Munich
Prof. Rainer Schmidt
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