Lindau State Garden Show

Meeting areas

Whe­re flowers bloom, the world smi­les, they say. The city of Lin­dau will be invi­ting and cos­mo­po­li­tan at the Bava­ri­an gar­den show “Natur in Lin­dau” in 2021, when the pic­tures­que regi­on at the foot of Lake Con­s­tance will be trans­for­med into a sen­su­al expe­ri­ence of gar­dens, water and pan­ora­ma. For the Lin­dau dis­trict, we are deve­lo­ping the con­cept and imple­men­ta­ti­on plan­ning for the 70-squa­re-met­re pavi­li­on, which aims to attract visi­tors to the regi­on at a cen­tral loca­ti­on. As a sus­tainable mee­ting space, the pavi­li­on is also to find a pur­po­seful use after the exhibition.

A stage for the region

To crea­te an exhi­bi­ti­on point that reflects all the diver­si­ty and joie de viv­re of Germany’s sou­thern­most tip as well as its eco­no­mic inno­va­ti­ve strength. And, with which the con­nec­tion of the West All­gaeu with the Lake Con­s­tance regi­on beco­mes clear. It was the­r­e­fo­re inten­ded to be an aes­the­tic encoun­ter in the coun­try­si­de, brin­ging the­se dif­fe­rent the­mes tog­e­ther in equal mea­su­re. In addi­ti­on to the archi­tec­tu­ral appeal, the fle­xi­ble usa­bi­li­ty of the space was also cen­tral to the task. The pavi­li­on was to ser­ve as an infor­ma­ti­on point, exhi­bi­ti­on and action plat­form for rea­dings, lec­tures and performances.

Design for the senses

Authen­tic mate­ri­als that con­vey the beau­ty, diver­si­ty and iden­ti­ty-giving cha­rac­te­ristics of the regi­on. A simp­le buil­ding con­s­truc­tion made of local wood. Lots of space and open­ness. The­se are the cha­rac­te­ristics of the archi­tec­tu­re. Woo­den foot­brid­ges lea­ding into the open coun­try­si­de sym­bo­li­se Lake Con­s­tance – at the same time, the mate­ri­al builds a natu­ral bridge to the wes­tern All­gäu. The design thus con­sis­t­ent­ly fol­lows the clo­se con­nec­tion bet­ween tra­di­tio­nal ele­ments and con­tem­po­ra­ry inter­pre­ta­ti­on. A spe­cial place of encoun­ter whe­re locals and tou­rists ali­ke can redis­co­ver the regi­on for themselves.

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