THÖRLS PARK HAMBURG
Thörls Park in Hamburg was developed in 1945 after clearing the ruins of the second world war. As part of a modern redevelopment to become a citizens’ park, various elements in Thörls Park were connected to other parks in the project Landschaftsachse Horner Geest to form a 9km long park-landscape. Studio Animal-Aided Design cooperated with Polinna Hauck Landscape + Urbanism GbR to increase wildlife experience for park users, by e. g. creating ‘bat loungers’ where the song of bats occurring in the area are made audible.
Ministry of Environment and Energy, Department of Nature Conservation, Green Planning and Energy, Department of Urban Open Space Development; Bezirksamt Hamburg-Mitte
Polinna Hauck Landscape + Urbanism GbR, Kirsten Gulau Stadtnaturentwicklung
Thomas E. Hauck, Christine Jakoby, Qingyu Liang, Christoph Pelka, Wolfgang W. Weisser
Abb. 14, Abb. 15, Abb. 16 by Thomas E. Hauck
Abb. 17 by Thomas E. Hauck, Qingyu Liang