The surrounding forests and meadows are the main kickstarter for the Bio-Medicine Park landscape design. The interventions clearly define the border between the future built structures and the wide green spaces, while the architecture reacts to the complicated free-flowing topography of the landscape. The naturalistic soft-line landscape is interrupted by freely distributed building plots that are accessed by a circular path lined with Gingko trees.
To separate the park from the architecture, new gabion barriers are introduced. Parking spaces along the central road are defined by mounds covered with wild vines, thus anchoring the area with a strong landscape gesture. Flaming red in autumn, the sculptural topographic elements create a vibrant identity to the new area. While the landscape project of this development is already realised, the architecture is still undergoing construction.