Managing maintenance. The wild meadow

Fugmann Janotta. Nordbanhof park. Berlin. Germany

July 30, 2014

Managing maintenance. The wild meadow

Photo: Philip JSF Winkelmeier

Working on, to a certain extent, large territories requires dealing with the control of run-offs. Good water management benefits not only the construction itself but can also contribute to resolving the deficiencies of the immediate urban setting. Rainwater drainage, which often determines the layout of the spaces, should go hand in hand with mechanisms for re-using the water so as to minimize the impact of the interventions.

The budget cuts suffered by the project have led to the preservation of the high-grass meadow, where the trees have been felled and maintenance has been reduced to cleaning tasks.

 

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