On 21 March 2014, Bottleneck Park (Flaschenhalspark) was opened by the Senator for Urban Development and Environment Michael Müller together with the District Mayor Angelika Schoettler, the Councillor for Health, Social and Urban Development Dr. Sibyll block and the City Council for Building Daniel Kruger of the district Tempelhof Schoeneberg as well as the Managing Director of UTB GmbH Thomas Bestgen the southern continuation of the park of the park at the railway triangle, the so-called Bottleneck Park (Flaschenhalspark).
The unusual name comes from the bottleneck of its shape, which resembles an upside-down bottle. The 5.5 hectare site is located in the district of Tempelhof-Schöneberg on the former railway land between Yorckstraße and Monument Bridge.
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In the future, the urban space on Hannemanns Allé will be a significant urban space in a new business district. At the moment it is placed in a flat, open landscape in front of a single, distinctive building, Norman Fosters “Copenhagen Towers”.
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The original idea for this, and all of our creations, came from three very important items for us: space & physical limitations, visitor needs, and design essence.
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The urban design was based on the idea of people to walk and rest on large footpaths with safe and comfortably and also to car and loading and unloading vehicles have enough space for parking. It was also took in consideration the need for public space for local inhabitants and for people passing by, providing squares and ‘pocket’ gardens. These green spaces contribute to join local commuters and at the same time to ensure climatic comfort and boost on biodiversity in urban landscape. The shops and services needed for inhabitants daily routine are located in the two central avenues where the bus stops, bike lanes and roads and parking lots are located.
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Director of KORO/Public Art Norway Svein Bjørkås announced recently the jury’s evaluation of submissions and final decision in the closed competition July 22 Memorial sites. The jury’s decision was unanimous, voting Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg as winner of the competition.
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