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德国历史康养度假公园改造景观设计 | SINA

经典案例 2020-11-05 来源:gooood
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    Philip Winkelmeier


The interplay between forest and clearing form the atmospheric structure of the new „Kurwaldpark“. It is a permeable membrane of historical forest blocks,  park windows and long stretches of grasses. The dense existing forest is interwoven with a sequence of simple and clear spatial images. They introduce light, air and space into the forest. These interventions offer new perspectives and ways of connecting to the forest, without compromising the forest’s aura of mystique and magic.


▲公园景观概览,overall view of the park landscape ©Philip Winkelmeier

新的公园成为了Bad Lippspringe城市中一道独特的风景。项目为住区附近的森林区域设计提供了一个新的范例。公园将住区、历史康养度假区和娱乐空间整合在了一起,其作用不仅是提供空间上的连接,更是在氛围上统合了周边区域。

With the park’s new identity it’s become a unique trait for the city of Bad Lippspringe. The project is an example of a new approach to designing forested areas near settlements. The park forms an integral part in the network of settlement, historical health resort and recreational space. It acts not only as a spatial but also as an atmospherical connection of the surrounding area. The wide array of activities within the park redefines the historical health resort as a public recreational area usable all year round.


▲森林中设有不同的空地,clearings woven into the forest ©Philip Winkelmeier

前奏:Kaiser Karl公园和Große Kurpromenade

Prelude: Kaiser-Karls-Park and Große Kurpromenade


The central Axis of the existing „Kurpark“ was reinterpreted with a new contemporary design – while maintaining the historical course of the path. Two axis extend the idea of the „Kurpromenade“ toward the north and east. In the centre of the park the existing water basin was extended and contains fountains. The water basin with it’s surrounding square leads to a 2-lane promenade lined with spectacular perennials and seating below old trees.

▲中央轴线与扩建的历史水池,central axis and extended historical water basin ©Philip Winkelmeier


▲带有喷泉的水池,water basin with fountains ©Philip Winkelmeier


Towards the north and the east of the park the perennials gradually become more simple and natural. The number of enduring perennials, with a tendency to merge with the forest increases towards these more natural areas. The nonperennial planting of the central area of the park will form a continuous floral display.


▲道路边种有多种花卉植物,paths lining with various perennials ©Philip Winkelmeier

▲随着森林增加,花卉逐渐与森林融合到一起,perennials merging into the forest as the later increases ©Philip Winkelmeier


▲花丛间的座椅,seating among the flowers ©Philip Winkelmeier


A new Typology of Park: The Forest Park


The basic structure of  the park is based upon the historical layout of the orthogonally oriented forest blocks. Aligning with the historical layout, existing paths in and around the park were improved upon and new paths were added. Clear spatial images of different intensitites are woven into the dense existing forest. However recurring materials throughout the different areas of the park reunite the perception of the park as a whole. They introduce light, air and space into the forest, without compromising the forest’s aura of mystique and magic.

▲丰富的步道与休息空间,将阳光和空气引入森林,rich paths and clearings introducing light and air into the forest ©Philip Winkelmeier


Ecology and Topography: The clearings


The „Meersmannteiche“ between the dunescapes were not visible at the time of the design process. Now they are reintegrated as a central part of the landscape ensemble. The existing trees were thinned to provide softly contoured views and open lawns for picknicking, playing and recreation.Through this, the relief of the landscape becomes perceptible once again and sun can reach perennials and bodies of water while single trees enrichen the parkscape. The restored ponds are accesible via pedestals. On the peak of a large dune, seating is provided enabling a wide view.


▲保留的池塘,restored pond ©Philip Winkelmeier


▲在水面平台上欣赏景观,enjoy the landscape on the platform on the water ©Philip Winkelmeier


Of Elves and Trolls: The playgrounds


All playground elements are unique designs – developed directly on site, they are truly connected to their surrounding. Signs hinting at the existence of fantastical beings dwelling in the forest can be found throughout the park – hints of fairies and elves, trolls and ogres.

▲森林中的游乐场,playground in the forest ©Philip Winkelmeier


▲童话一般的神秘空间,mysterious space like in the fairy tale ©Philip Winkelmeier

Project name: Forest Park in Bad Lippspringe

Completion Year: 2017

Design Area: 16,8 ha

Project location: Bad Lippspringe, GERMANY

Landscape/Architecture Firm: SINAI Gesellschaft von Landschaftsarchitekten mbH

Website: https://sinai.de

Contact e-mail: public@sinai.de

Lead Architects: AW Faust

Design Team: Peter Hausdorf, Theresa Gläßer, Sebastian Exner

Photo credits: Philip Winkelmeier