Kienlesbergbrücke highlighted in German built environment report
24 June 2020
Knight Architects is extremely proud to be part of the Baukultur Report 2020/2021: Public Spaces. Broadcast live from the foundation's HQ in Potsdam earlier today, the eagerly anticipated and federally-significant report highlights the practice's Kienlesbergbrücke in Ulm as an exemplar of high-quality public realm infrastructure.
The report stresses the bridge’s function as an engineering structure as well as a piece of landmark architecture; and as a new route and place to meet and linger over a previously inaccessible area.
The Federal Foundation of Baukultur's biennial report examines conditions and challenges for lively and diverse public spaces, champions the interests of high-quality and thoughtful design and construction and pursues the goal of anchoring the outward appearance and condition of the built environment as a topic of public interest. The report, which makes recommendations that influence future policies and legislation, is being presented exclusively to the federal governments before being made available to the public.
Related project: Kienlesbergbrücke