Is not only a park in name, but also in reality.
75,000 square meter park bordering on 20,000 square meter forest. Orchards, playgrounds, green fields and the most boulevards of any Frankfurt neighborhood.
The structure of the Rebstockpark nature concept is derived from Peter Eisenman's multidimensional grid.
A look into the park from the residential area is a view of the development of urbanization to free nature: the park follows the houses, then open fields which border on the forest. This transition is the particular attractiveness of the Rebstockpark´s design concept with its three green zones.
Landscape contest proposal from Laura Olin using the fold principle from Peter Eisenman.
A morning jog through the park, an afternoon walk, and evenings a refreshing and relaxing swim ... all this available in the immediate vicinity provides the ability to enjoy free time on the spur of the moment. The currently under construction Rebstockpark directly borders the Rebstock recreation park and pond built in 1962 and the bathing facility which was opened in 1982. Ideal for active fitness or simply for relaxing in a natural environment. Here is a working and living environment that is an integral part of Frankfurt´s green belt. From here all of Frankfurt can be explored by bike, assuming the proper physical condition. To enjoy the advantages of urban live but still live in a natural park environment is quality of life. Nature and urban living are united harmoniously. Here is a basic living concept that was developed for the people who live and work here. A pleasant environment, as provided by Rebstockpark, has a positive affect on working and living environment. And provides recreation, peace, and relaxation. Where else is this available in the middle of a city?!
The park in initial green area: valuable solitary trees and older trees give this area its typical park character.
Open fields in second green area: A stone canal - a man made channel - forms the border of the open field.
Forest in third green area: existing forest land is retained.