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Peter-Joseph-Lenne-Prize of Berlin

Peter-Joseph-Lenné- Prize
Böttcherberg Schlosspark Glienicke
Schlosspark Glienicke
Image: Landesdenkmalamt Berlin, Wolfgang Bittner

The Peter-Joseph-Lenné-Award of the state of Berlin is a competition of ideas for garden and landscape architecture and for the planning of open space and landscape. The procedure is targeted especially at young landscape architects, planners, scientists, architects and artists who are being trained or are employed in the aforementioned specialist fields.

Results – Peter-Joseph-Lenné-Prize 2020

Peter-Joseph-Lenné-Prize 2020

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Image: Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg Foto: Wolfgang Pfauder; © SPSG

Peter-Joseph Lenné (born in 1789 in Bonn, died in 1866 in Berlin) was one of the most important 19th century German garden and landscape architects. Even today, his work is visible in many gardens, parks and squares of the cities of Berlin and Potsdam. More information

Co-operation partner and sponsors

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