The landscape solution of the Bio-Medicine Research Centre in Giessen, Germany, acts as a stage for the colourful architecture of the new campus. The new lawn-covered hill, distinctly separated from the work activities area, acts as the heart of the territory, creating a topographic centre for the surrounding campus buildings.
Rows of trees along the surrounding roads cater for more privacy on the territory and define the boundary between areas for work and leisure. The design plays with given topography, introducing staircases clad through the islands of lawn surrounding the campus, and proposing an amphitheatre (not realised) for the central hill, that would harmonically merge with the landscape.
The result is a somewhat traditional representation of a campus, where all visitors are welcome on the green lawn and social exchange is encouraged.