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Peter Latz

Kranzberg, Germany
born 1939, Darmstadt

Peter Latz lives and works in Kranzberg near Munich, Germany. He graduated from the Technical University of Munich as a landscape architect and completed his studies in 1968 after postgraduate research and studio work in urban planning at the RWTH Aachen. In this year, he established the studio..

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Duisburg Nord Landscape Park

Duisburg Nord, Germany
by Peter Latz

With some 100 projects, the International Building Exhibition Emscher Park in the Ruhr District was attempting to set quality building and planning standards for the environmental, economic and social transformation of an old industrialised region. The landscape park Duisburg Nord is one of these..

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Dora Park

Turin, Italy
by Peter Latz

From Turin’s largest intra-urban industrial wasteland emerges a park near the city centre. The park is characterized by its industrial past and spatially defined by the river Dora, by main traffic arteries and relatively new residential quarters. Corresponding to the former property lines the..

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Hira Park

Tel Aviv, Israel
by Peter Latz

The plateau of the table mountain is enthroned in the middle of the dense urban fabric and is almost constantly exposed to hard winds and blazing solar radiation. A thin yet heavy layer of crushed concrete protects the surface against erosion and heat. Water collects in a system of ditches during..

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Gleisdreieck Park

Berlin, Germany
by Atelier Loidl

Measuring two hectares, Gleisdreieck Park extends from Kreuzberg and Schöneberg till the borders of Tempelhof. Realized in two step, 2011 and 2013, the project presents no decoration, urban spaces are formed, unfolding their full potential through fine details, sensual materials and vegetation...

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