BUGA playground, Munich, 2005

Playscape installation from the 2005 BUGA national garden festival in Munich, with high-contrast paths like ant trails.
I couldn’t find any information on the designer. Any help?
UPDATE: Many thanks to reader Anna for providing the name of the designer: Prof. Rainer Schmidt .
photos from hn. via flickr, and ratsateit via flickr

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  3. Anna said:

    The author of BUGA is prof. Rainer Schmidt (http://www.schmidt-landschaftsarchitekten.de/index2.php?lang=en). I don’t know if you found this information, but main topic of BUGA 2005 was “Change a perspective” and f.e. this playground shows vegetal cell in bigger scale (like in microscope).
    If we talk about playgrounds of BUGA 2005 I like this one: http://www.flickr.com/photos/36972582@N04/3406972036/in/set-72157616259403422/


    April 14, 2009 at 7:24 am

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