by Jan Bügers, Kim Schürmann & Christoph Bittmann
In times where the virtual space seems to replace the urban space and the individual is getting lost in the confusion of urban spaces, Charged Void emerges.
The Object provokes with his massiveness and his inevitable presence in the urban context. External it calls attention, internal it evokes self-reflektion. Density and tension, but also contemplation and emptiness define the atmosphere. At the same time, the "Non-Place" builds an energy and quiescent point. The spatial extremsituation, the atmospheric contrast to the city and the concentrated tension let the viewers reflect themselves.
The theme of the project was originally an urban development project named "Berlin - Street View". My work concentrates on the cross-roads of Leipzigerstraße and Friedrichsstraße in Berlin; a very special place in the capital of germany. It is like the centralest point of the city, but this is not experiencable.
My presentation is not typical. I have made an installation, which is like a giant model of the real building.
The professor and also a jury that listed my project to the "Bauhaus Essentials 2012" said that the projects brings the architecture to the museum and that the presentation is very tangible.
Architecture students: Jan Bügers, Kim Schürmann & Christoph Bittmann
University: Bauhaus University Weimar
Professor: Wolfgang Christ
Semester: 4th Semester
Location: Berlin, Germany
Category: experimental design
submitted on 2012.10.09
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