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Vogt with french architects Wilmotte & Associés winner of the competition to design the new Headquarters for Arcelor Mittal.


The future headquarters of Arcelor Mittal is at the heart of Luxembourg, a landscape rich with natural features condensed onto a small territory. Our concept for the landscape design aims to reflect on the relationship of the new building with this landscape.


Nature and technology are put into dialogue in a series of landscapes throughout the building. The proposal reinforces the iconic significance of the iron industry as firmly grounded in Luxembourg`s natural resources.


Link: Arcelor Mittal and the Fonds Kirchberg announce the winner of the Competition.



On November 30, 2017, the Pavillon de l’Arsenal presented the results of the international call for projects Inventing greater Paris Metropolis issued by the Métropole du Grand Paris, the Société du Grand Paris, and the Prefecture of the Île-de-France region. The exhibition will include the qualifying proposals submitted by the 153 multidisciplinary teams who participated in this extraordinarily far-ranging call for innovative urban development projects.


Our winning project `` Reves N`rives`` in Nogent-Sur-Marne will be exposed.




Inventing greater Paris Metropolis | Exhibitions


Vogt landscape architects have won the competition on new sports grounds in Wattwil, canton of St. Gallen in cooperation with Cukrowicz Nachbaur architects.


The design entails the connection of the forest to the river. A gastronomy facility and a bridge are proposed at the junction with the path along the Thur. Upstands between the fields help to bridge height levels and can be used as tribune seats. Trees and greened fences between the sports fields structure the whole area and serve as orientation.



Günther Vogt spricht am 12. November 2017 im Palace of Culture and Science in Warschau über die Natur der Stadt und stellt dabei ausgesuchte Arbeiten aus dem Büro Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten vor.


Organisator:        The Museum of Modern Art, Warschau




Cabinet of Curiosities - Website - Kitchen


On Tuesday 10th October 2017, the digital knowledge platform „Wunderkammer“, the new website of the professorship and the office kitchen will be opened jointly at the Case Studio Vogt.

We cordially invite all interested parties. The opening will start at 6:00 pm and will take place in the Case Studio Vogt at Stampfenbachstrasse 59 in Zurich. Please R.S.V.P tot he following address:

An aperitif from the kitchen vogt accompanies the event.


We look forward to your visit.

Professorship Günther Vogt, Case Studio Vogt, Vogt Landscape architects


Günther Vogt will talk about the relationship between human and nature. Is ‘Nature’ really ‘Nature’ if it is man made? And what is Nature in an urban society? How does lack of Nature and space affect our behaviour? These and many more questions are subjects of the lectures and discussions.


Date:                       29. September 2017
Adress:                  Nobelberget, Sickla industriväg 6, 113 54 Nacka, Stockholm

Vogt Landschaftsarchitekten, together with Conradin Clavuot Architekten, win the competition for the emergency department of the psychiatric clinic Waldhaus in Chur.


This gives us, as landscape architects, the opportunity to develop the last building block of the facility as a further continuation of the project done by the Kienast Vogt office in 1996.



20th October 2017: Excursion to the Morteratsch Glacier
21st October 2017: Colloquium in Zurich I 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Place: ETH Zurich, Audimax HG F30, Rämistrasse 101, Zurich


Opening by Prof. Dr. Sarah M. Springman, Rector of the ETH Zurich
Moderation: Karin Salm


Experts from science, landscape architecture, politics and business discuss current and future questions and challenges in dealing with water as a resource, focussing geographically on the Alpine region at this full-day event.


Network City and Landscape (NSL), ETH Zurich
Chair of Prof. Günther Vogt, ETH Zurich
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Together with Olafur Eliasson, Vogt Landscape Architects will present a sequence for the exhibition in Hamburger Bahnhof.


„The challenge is in the moment, the times is always now.“ (James A.Baldwin)


The second edition of the Festival of Future Nows is taking place during Berlin Art Week 2017 at Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin. This year’s cooperation between the Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Olafur Eliasson and his Institut für Raumexperimente e.V. – as with the festival’s first edition in 2014 – brings together different works by over 100 international artists.


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Pictures Bilder © Basics09 und Staatliche Museen zu Berlin with the Institut für Raumexperimente  




The Meles Zenawi Memorial Park is currently built on a 60ha area in the northern outskirts of the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa. The park, in addition to adding a new recreational space to the city, will be dedicated to the life and legacy of the late Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. The concept of Vogt Landscape comprehends the park as a link between the city and landscape. Spatial sequences are created, by introducing major clearings as landscape chambers. Ornamental plantings in the context to the architecture display the scale of the garden. Studio Other Spaces, a collaboration between artist Olafur Eliasson and architect Sebastian Behmann, is in charge of planning the buildings within the park. Vogt Landscape Architects has recently traveled to the site in order to control and check on the development of the construction site.


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Günther Vogt speaks at Mapprach (Zeglingen / BL) as part of the Tusculum event series. He will be introducing the history of the garden and the original paradise, by presenting powerful and outstanding references of this across the world.


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Last week we, together with the Mayor Stefan Wolf and Hellmut Seemann, President of the Klassik Stiftung, presented the project for the surroundings of the new Bauhausmuseum to the public. At the very well-attended event in the Weimar Congress Hall, there was, in addition to a few critical voices, a lot of encouragement to our design. In the meantime, the shell of the museum building shows progress, although only one floor is visible at the moment. A press review about the event and the project can be found here:

On the 24th of August the Helvetia will open its new West Wing at the head office in St. Gallen. Thereby the extension of the head office, which was realised by Herzog & de Meuron in several stages since 1989, is completed. Our task was the integration of the new building into our existing project “Mountains of Flowers” from 2004.


Open House: the site can be visited on the 26th of August


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Vogt is working together with architects Carmody Groarke on an ambitious masterplan to regenerate Rectory Farm, a 44 hectare area of disused farmland close by to London’s Heathrow airport. The site was used for farming until food safety concerns were raised in 1996. It sits on top of 3.4 million tonnes of fluvial gravel—identified as a sustainable supply for the London area.

Hounslow Council’s planning committee have now approved the scheme to extract the gravel using a ‘top-down’ method while retaining and transforming the wasteland above into an urban ‘green corridor’ and public space, on the scale of London’s great Victorian parks. It will improve connectivity between local residential areas, the biodiversity of a significant area of green belt landscape, and provide public amenity space.


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Vogt Landscape Architects won the second prize in the landscape design competition „Parkstadt Süd: Teilbereich Eifelwall“ in Cologne.


Our concept „Clearings at the Eifelwall“ continues the existing composition and the significant typologies of the inner green belt. A wide public meadow is framed by an urban alley together with an intimate holt which is interspersed with several clearings. The clearings provide space for specific uses and establish an identity. The open meadow is completed with a topographic island which represents a new element within the inner green belt. 



We have won the first prize for the urban planning competition „Südliche Dessauer Straße Wolfsburg-Westhagen“, in collaboration with Hosoya Schäfer Architects

Based on the concept «new ways to the centre», we proposed a holistic design which extends beyond the competition’s perimeter and organises the area into in 8 zones. 

The open spaces will be upgraded through densification and an increase in maintenance. This will strengthen the public green spaces, extending them towards the neighbouring parks, and provide a stronger identity for the local inhabitants. 

The new building structure builds on the existing grid in a rigorous, typologically diverse, and varied manner. This generates clearly-composed courtyards and neighbourhoods. 

VOGT Landscape Architects is currently working on the Testplanung for Klybeck Plus, an area in the north of Basel, with Diener & Diener Architekten (urban design) and Gruner AG (traffic engineering). The other teams are led by OMA, Albert Speer + Partner, and Prof. Hans Kollhoff Generalplanung. On 17 June 2017, members of the public are invited to comment on the proposals from the different teams. This feedback will be used as input for the next phase of planning synthesis.  Program


The Klybeck area in the north of Basel has changed fundamentally in the last few years. For the most part, the buildings in the area are no longer used for industrial production. The owners of BASF and Novartis have therefore joined forces with the canton of Basel-Stadt to define a new identity and function of the large site together. Working together, these three actors offer the unique opportunity to envision the development of an urban area of approximately 300,000 m²: 285,000 m² of factory space as well as adjacent green spaces, open spaces, and roads.  Further information



Teams from the London, Berlin and Zurich offices met this June for VOGT’s annual summer trip, this year to the Weald area of outstanding natural beauty in the English counties of Sussex and Kent. Embracing the theme, ‘The Changing Weald Coast’, we took a series of walks along the coastline, exploring three distinct landscape typologies and the agents of change that affect them. We started on the sand dunes of Camber, following the flat landscape of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve to the coast. Chalk dominated our second walk as we traversed 22km along the clifftops of the Seven Sisters from Seaford to Eastbourne. Our final stop was the eerie, constantly shifting, shingle desert outcrop of Dungeness. Here we encountered a transient environment, staunch counterculture, birds and plants, all living in the shadow of a nuclear power station.