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Felixx Ter Apel Bauwelt

Flucht nach vorn – Bauwelt

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Last December our project Ter Apel was published in the special theme edition ‘Flucht nach vorn’ of the German magazine Bauwelt, on how to deal with demand for accommodation for the huge amount of refugees. The magazine showcases different projects and approaches. We are honoured that AZC Ter Apel has been mentioned as an exemplary realisation of a permanent reception center.

Felixx GartenLandschaft

Published in Garten+Landschaft

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We are very proud to be published in the November issue of the German magazine Garten+Landschaft. This time not with a project but with an article on the trend of self-initiated projects. The article introduces Atelier Dreiseitl, Fatkoehl and Felixx; and their motivation for self-initiated projects to raise awareness of the importance of landscape architecture, arousing interest of new topics and generating innovative ideas. The motivation of each project is different, but all have one in common: great idealism.
Thank you for this great article an for putting us on the cover!!!

Felixx Jaanila ME

Jaanila Country Park in Landscape Middle East Magazine

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We are very happy that our project Jaanila Country park has been featured in the november issue of Landscape Middle East Magazine. ‘Parks and community gardens in residential neighbourhoods are a prominent theme in this issue – not only are they a sanctuary for relaxing, socialising, child’s-play and community hub, but many act as the central green space for citizens, such as Jaanila country in Russia.’

Felixx Albania Berat

Review by Landscapearchitects Network on our Berat project

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Nice review on our Berat project in Albania by Eleni Tsirintani of landscapearchitects Network. Thanks!!

“We know that humans can construct anything they please. Imposing our power on nature has become dangerously easy. The new challenge is to make the environment our partner and consultant, rather than a field for demonstrating our achievements. So when asked this question:
Is “building with nature” a tenet we should embrace?
I would answer without reluctance “yes”. How would you answer it?” by Eleni Tsirintani

Seasonal isles – A drought and flood resilient future for Berat, was a competition we participated in earlier this Summer in cooperation with Unesco-IHE and Polis University Our entry was rewarded with a second prize!

Read more about the project.