realstadt.wishes knocking on reality's doors exhibition
 
realstadt.wishes knocking on reality's doors exhibition realstadt.wishes knocking on reality's doors exhibition
oct 18, 2010

realstadt.wishes knocking on reality's doors exhibition

‘realstadt.wishes knocking on reality’s doors’ exhibition at the power station mitte in berlin, germany photographer: jan bitter

realstadt.wishes knocking on reality’s doors‘ is an urban architecture exhibition composed of more than 250 architectural and urban planning models from all over germany. also presented are 65 projects in words and pictures exhibited over the two-level venue, the large turbine hall of power station mitte, which is also the first time the disused facility space has hosted an exhibition event.

organized by the federal ministry of transport, building and urban development (BMVBS), the exhibition is opening up the urban-planning debate to the public rather than limiting the debate to a small circle of experts. a group of well-known personalities from diverse walks of public life will give guided tours of the exhibited models and projects, which were submitted by representatives of diverse municipalities, planning practices, universities, civic initiatives and a number of artists. 

exhibited model image courtesy becoming photographer: frank dinger

(left) exhibition space (right) models photographer: jan bitter

exhibiton view on opening night image courtesy becoming photographer: frank dinger

photographer: jan bitter

image courtesy becoming photographer: frank dinger

photographer: jan bitter

image courtesy becoming photographer: frank dinger

image courtesy becoming photographer: frank dinger

  • woah

    aspiring architect failed model maker says:
  • …the second but one photo is of Heidelberg!

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