Landscape Architect, Atelier LOIDL, Berlin
Leonard Grosch, 17 years of professional experience, since 2006 CEO at Atelier LOIDL.
Since 2003 Creative Director at Atelier LOIDL, Master in landscape architecture at theTechnical University of Berlin, 2002;
Studies in landscape architecture in Dresden, Copenhagen (DK) and Berlin; Trained in landscaping and gardening in Munich; 1973 born in Munich.
Berlin TXL - The Urban Tech Republic
Park am Gleisdreieck, Berlin
Siegen City Centre, Siegen
European School, Munich
Funkkaserne Nord, Munich
Rhine Park, Duisburg
Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekturpreis 2017
(Green infrastructure as a strategy)
Deutscher Landschaftsarchitekturpreis 2015
Deutscher Städtebaupreis 2014
Urban Quality Silver Award 2011
Auszeichnung Architekturpreis Berlin 2013
Berlin´s Park am Gleisdreieck or the Art of Creating Lively Places
Jovis Verlag, 2016
Lecture: Berlin's Park am Gleisdreieck or the Art of Creating Lively Places
Saturday, June 9, 11:30 a.m.
Landscape architecture can be more than aesthetically innovative: It can contribute to integration in society, social stability, and a vibrant public life. But how does a park become an intensively used stage, a well-visited everyday location? What constitutes the „boon of life“ (Jane Jacobs)? And what makes a park urban? In my lecture I will try to address these topics at the example of Park am Gleisdreieck and will introduce a toolkit ready to be adapted to other park designs.