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The ice rink, originally built in October 1935 to celebrate the Hamburg Garden Show, was enlarged in 1973 to include wall ramparts. A café protruding out of the hillside into the park was originally planned to be much larger but ended up being built on a much smaller scale (architect unknown). City government authorities selected rimpf Architecture to do a complete overhaul and expansion of this popular park and 4,300-square-meter open-air ice rink.
rimpf Architektur & Generalplanung
Dipl.-Ing. Freier Architekt Stefan Rimpf, BDA
plp Architekten und Generalplaner
Paul Schüler, Architekt