Client: City of Ludwigshafen
LA: with Olschewski Landschaftsarchitekten
Size: 24,000 m2
The feasibility study “Rhine Bank Promenade“ had the objective to include the Rhine shores and therefore involve the whole river landscape in the urban structural context of Ludwigshafen. For a long time, industrial zones, a downside, dominated the river shores but then they were supposed to be transferred to a lively part of the urban landscape. Through the link between underused land and the inclusion of existing axes, the shores became an important part of the urban open space. A first phase of Lichtenberg shore, north from Konrad-Adenauer Bridge, has been planed and realised from 2003 to 2006.