We are Uniola!

Under the name Uniola, the offices of Hager Partner AG and Keller Damm Kollegen GmbH will pool their combined 65 years of expertise in landscape architecture and urban planning from January 2023.


Botanical Garden Dahlem
Step by step, the Botanical Garden in Berlin is being improved. In the meantime, the ornamental garden at the entrance under the oaks, the Italian garden, the renovation of the pond, the new visitor center and the first kilometers of the entire path renovation have been realized. It is worth a visit!
Shortlist Heinze ArchitekturAWARD 2023 | Promenade St. Peter-Ording
Together with Holzer Kobler Architekten and ifb Beratende Ingenieure we were shortlisted for the Heinze ArchitekturAWARD 2023 with the Promenade St.Peter-Ording.
If you'd like to find out what's going on at Parc de la Jonction, the article in the Courrier is a good read.
Together with WaltGalmarini AG from Zurich, COWI Engineers from London and Gottlieb Paludan Architects from Copenhagen, we won the study contract for the replacement of the Reuss bridge in Mühlau.
On August 24, the nature experience promenade with the Erlebnis-Hus in St. Peter-Ording was ceremoniously opened in the presence of the Minister for Youth and Family Affairs, Aminata Touré, in beautiful weather.
A few photos of the night-time micro-construction site that took place on Friday evening. Vernissage on the occasion of the Musée du Point de vue by artist Jean-Daniel Berclaz. Participants gathered around the banquet table on either side of the net.
Bruggen and Haggen stations | 1st Prize
Together with WaltGalmarini AG and K&L Architekten, we are pleased to have won 1st prize in the competition for the merger of the Bruggen and Haggen train stations in St.Gallen. The open space design integrates the architectural elements sensitively into the surroundings and makes the slope and the two green corridors tangible.
Prof. Silvia Benedito will speak on "Thermal Thresholds for Heat Adaptation: Spaces of disciplinary convergence between landscape and architecture" at the Beating the Heat conference on 15.9.2023 at ETH Zurich.

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Our offices are our creative hub: free space for new ideas, plenty of room for exciting projects and a green oasis for a relaxing coffee break. Here we offer design and development opportunities for employees with knowledge, creativity and intellect.

Current Projects

The new water playground in the middle of the Plänterwald has become an “ocean whirlpool” that enables people to enjoy a range of play options and wooden platforms situated around a central water labyrinth. A one-of-a-kind leisure time offer for both young and old.
Cold air corridors and easily accessible, high-quality green spaces contribute significantly to a pleasant settlement climate. For the Werdenberg-Liechtenstein agglomeration, we are developing principles, fields of action and measures for heat-adapted settlement development.
The abundant potentials of the Botanical Garden are being tapped to a greater extent. A new visitor center, the redesigned Italian Garden, an overhauled systems of paths, and new gardens with useful and ornamental plants now make the Botanical Garden that much more attractive.
A loose structure of trees that again and again offers views of the surrounding urban spaces frames the central clearing in the new district park. A striking, spacious entrance area anchors the park on Thurgauerstrasse.
The pavilion-like school facility is situated in a landmarked garden where there is no space for either promoting biodiversity or space to play. It was possible to come up with a solution compatible with the location by means of a targeted upgrading of the roof surfaces, where it has been possible to achieve a clear improvement for biodiversity with minimum effort.
Where the Vorderrhein and Hinterrhein Rivers flow together, the second bridge over the Hinterrhein for two-lane development supplements the existing, landmarked lattice framework bridge.
A circumferential green space integrates the new cantonal hospital of Baden in the existing landscape structures. A new hospital garden is being created in the west to supplement the existing Südpark.
The spectacular view of the lake and mountains can be enjoyed throughout the experience of bathing at the Lido in Rapperswil, from the new seating steps along the pools of water, from the restaurant, and from the forecourt—facilitated by spacious openings in the building.
A new city park is being created on the site of the former railroad tracks. A grove of blossoming trees surrounds the expansive, central meadow. On the southern side, a generous sundeck offers a café and a wide range of opportunities for play.
Within the substance of the cemetery that is worth protecting, basic elements like the striking avenue have been reinforced anew; the fields of flat graves, in contrast, have been rearranged. Seating areas with cedars invite contemplation. The eastern part has been supplemented with new forms of burial.