Atelier LOIDL, since its foundation in 1984, adopts an open and discursive approach to the design process. The Berlin-based studio, led by the team of Bernd Joosten, Leonardo Grosche, and Felix Schwarze, focuses on landscape architecture and urbanism. They approach their designs with the idea of the “city as texture.” This texture emerges from the combination of landscape and construction, creating concentration and spatial density with the aim of achieving spatial diversity. They prefer a city where architecture serves as the wall of outdoor space, supporting identification and sensory intelligence. The studio has received several awards and regularly participates in architectural competitions, including contributing to the design of the Vltava Philharmonic by the Barozzi and M1 Architekti studios, who secured the 2nd place.