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DIFFICULT PLACES. Landscapes of Remembrance by Sinai / SCHWIERIGE ORTE Erinnerungslandschaften Von Sinai

 

If places of memory are to be designed as free spaces beyond fixed buildings and defined functions, this is one of the most complex, delicate and dazzling tasks that the design of the built environment poses. There are many such places in Germany. Sinai landscape architects have gained experience with them, their questions and demands, but also with the processes from possible to realized solutions using exposed examples: in the cemetery of those killed in the March Revolution of 1848; in the open spaces of the memorial for the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and three other sites of National Socialism; on November 9th Square, the site of the first opening of the Wall in November 1989; and on the last largely preserved piece of the Berlin Wall, where the Berlin Wall Memorial was opened fifty years after it was built.
In the plans of the landscape architects, the photos by Klemens Ortmeyer, the texts by Thies Schröder and a comprehensive essay by the world-renowned expert Peter Reichel, design processes and results are presented and thus prepared for a wide specialist audience.

In offerta!

DIFFICULT PLACES / SCHWIERIGE ORTE

59,00 

1 disponibili

DIFFICULT PLACES. Landscapes of Remembrance by Sinai / SCHWIERIGE ORTE Erinnerungslandschaften Von Sinai

 

If places of memory are to be designed as free spaces beyond fixed buildings and defined functions, this is one of the most complex, delicate and dazzling tasks that the design of the built environment poses. There are many such places in Germany. Sinai landscape architects have gained experience with them, their questions and demands, but also with the processes from possible to realized solutions using exposed examples: in the cemetery of those killed in the March Revolution of 1848; in the open spaces of the memorial for the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and three other sites of National Socialism; on November 9th Square, the site of the first opening of the Wall in November 1989; and on the last largely preserved piece of the Berlin Wall, where the Berlin Wall Memorial was opened fifty years after it was built.
In the plans of the landscape architects, the photos by Klemens Ortmeyer, the texts by Thies Schröder and a comprehensive essay by the world-renowned expert Peter Reichel, design processes and results are presented and thus prepared for a wide specialist audience.