The task was to reinterpret a recently neglected spot in Hall and to simultaneously create an adequate surrounding for two architectonically outstanding hotel buildings (architects: Welzenbacher, 1931, Henke/Schreieck, 2004).
Offset in slight curves, silver maples and wild cherry trees form the base frame of the new park, which almost completely lies above an underground parking garage. Parallel strips of viburnum and cornel hedges add a second layer to it. The main pathway in the shape of a precise ogee bundles the most important openings and accesses. A more intimate zone for local residents arises around a pond in the north; wooden decks surrounded by grasses offer, as it were, a public living room.