The climate in the Nuremberg Prisma

Queens Botanical Garden Dreiseitl

The whole roof area of the complex feeds directly into a water cistern. The glass building creates a pleasant atmosphere within the city centre. Waterwalls and luxuriant vegetation create a healthy atmosphere full of natural light. The whole roof area of the complex feeds directly into a water cistern. The glass building creates a pleasant atmosphere within the city centre. Waterwalls and luxuriant vegetation create a healthy atmosphere full of natural light. When architect Frank Lloyd Wright...

The Pearl of Hangzhou water garden Hangzhou

The planned water garden has a romantic radiance paired with sustainable water technology. The planned water garden has a romantic radiance paired with sustainable water technology. Evocative and romantic, West Lake by evening light. The Pearl of Hangzhou is a precious water pearl on the shores of the famous West Lake. First impressions from the exit of the pedestrian tunnel a lively, sparkling water cascade. The fine-tuned water systems of the cascade and water plaza permanently circulate and...

The Lanferbach at Schngelberg estate in Gelsenkirchen

Sch Ngelberg Gelsenkirchen

Formerly a sewer with sheet-pile walls, the Lanferbach now runs by the Schungelberg estate in a leisurely fashion. Overflow of one of the overgrown infiltration swales Overflow of one of the overgrown infiltration swales The steps by the bed of the stream invite people to stay for a while and play. An old brick wall was used for their construction. The steps by the bed of the stream invite people to stay for a while and play. An old brick wall was used for their construction. Most of the...

Rainwater retention on the Kronsberg in Hanover

The 'slope avenues' under construction the stream is fitted with sheet seal. Regulating devices are built into the retention lips. This means that the outflow can be varied and the retention frequency controlled. We heard a great deal about the Kronsberg - before and after Expo 2000. But when the bulldozers have finally moved away, perhaps it will only be the local residents who find their way up this 43 metre hill. Which would be a pity. Whatever else happened, the Kronsberg development was...