Wuhlepark: Lots of Landscape – Minimal Maintenance

The Wuhlepark was already completed in 2011. It was created as part of the urban development project Landsberger Tor in Berlin-Marzahn. It was planned as an extensive park on the outskirts of the city. Play, sports and recreational facilities have been integrated into the spacious meadow areas. In the immediate vicinity of the “Anna Landsberger” youth centre, a play and sports forum for young people was created. The edge of the slope between the residential area and the park was designed with balconies and generous access areas.

After the initial refurbishment, we had the park photographed again in 2017. Despite or perhaps because of the minimal maintenance, the extensive parkland nowadays has an aesthetic of its own.

Landscape Architecture: Gruppe F

Project Location: Wuhlepark, Berlin-Marzahn, Germany

Design year: 2015

Year Built: 2016

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