Client: Stadtentwicklung Berlin
Year: 2004 - 2006
Size: 1 ha
Cost: 615 000 €

Team:
Landscape Architect: Ludivine Baruton
with Topos

My Role:
Site Analysis, Concept, Design, Graphics

Description:
Creation of a Promenade aligned by Lime trees along the Berlin Spandauer-Schifffahrtskanal. This green carpet is punctuated by pedestrian paths linking the bank to the Charité Hospital and both accesses are marked by a garden on the north and a meadow on the south, from formal to natural, from Channel to River Spree.

http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_alexanderufer1.jpg
On the Humboldthafen
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_aerial.jpg
Near Reichstag and Hauptbahnhof
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_plan.jpg
The Green Carpet
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_charite.jpg
Charité Garden
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_alex1.jpg
Garden and Promenade
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_alex4.jpg
Print of Berliner Wall
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_alex3.jpg
Towards Hauptbahnhof
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_charite1.jpg
Charité and Access Paths
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/25_alex2.jpg
Towards Charité