With over 20 years of professional work experience as landscape designers, Rainer Schmidt Landscape Architects is one of the largest and most successful offices in Germany. The company has three locations in Germany: the main office is in Munich, the others in Berlin and in Bernburg. The principal fields of services of the office are the planning and execution of large projects in the fields of landscape architecture, environmental planning and urban design, and supervision on both national and international levels. The office´s aim is to develop innovative solutions to the design problems of our time. The language of landscape architecture in the 21st century must offer a realistic reflection of the way people interact with each other and with nature. The office strives to achieve a balance between design, function, emotion and conservation. Rainer Schmidt has been Professor for Landscape Architecture at the Technical University of Applied Sciences Berlin for 20 years.
Rainer Schmidt Landscape Architects has carried out planning, design and construction supervision for a wide range of facilities world-wide. These includes but are not limited to: Parks and Recreation Facilities, Master Planning + Urban Design, Large scale Residential areas including Suburb planning, University Campuses, Tourism Development and Resorts, Headquarters Buildings, Government and Private Commercial Centers and office buildings, Garden Exhibitions (national and international), Educational Facilities - including Kindergartens and Schools, Marine and Industrial Facilities, Mosques, Hotels, Hospital Landscape Facilities and Private Villas.
The new interdisciplinary campus in Bangalore in India, also known as the new “Silicon Valley” and will be the world’s largest location for 5,000 employees in research and development. Siemens Healthineers AG is the world’s leading manufacturer of medical technology in diagnostics and therapy. The guiding concept for the campus is shaped by connectivity, collaboration, communication and transparency. The architecture and the open space - inside and outside - merge with one another.
The new construction of the Great Mosque of Djamaa El Djazair in Algiers is a project of great national and international momentum. Rainer Schmidt designs the open spaces for the Association KSP Jürgen Engel Architects with Krebs and Kiefer International. The task involved the challenge to bring together cultural, religious and national-representative qualities in one place.
This dynamic two tower structures + urban complex, which is home to the regional offices of iconic British brand Land Rover, was meticulously thought-out and designed to reflect the local culture, create a people-centric yet unique biophilic environment and with the idea of a porous urban fabric in mind.