Diploma: with Honours
Year: 2003

Tutor: Le Balto

Description:
Urban and Landscape Strategy for the development of the Speicherstadt, former industrial area located between the Brauhausberg and the Havel River and part of the historical landscape created by Peter Joseph Lenné, first German landscape architect of the 19th century.
The site has been experienced in each season and translated into hand sketches and photography.

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Havelland
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Havel and Brauhausberg
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View from Glienicke
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_leip-et-lumiere.jpg
View from Leipziger Strasse
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View from the Speicherstadt
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_vue-depuis-ufer.jpg
View from Hermannswerder
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_vue-de-tornow.jpg
View from Tornow
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_axe-et-direction.jpg
View from Brauhausberg
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_porche.jpg
Door
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_esc.jpg
Stairs
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_promenade-coul.jpg
Boardwalk
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_dep.jpg
Courtyard in Winter
http://blacksheepscape.com/files/gimgs/31_nuit.jpg
Nightime