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Urban Intervention: Project Cloud Castle

Anna Borgman and Candy Lenk realized the installation Luftschloss (cloud castle) on Alice-Salomon-Square in Berlin-Hellersdorf. The temporary urban intervention is the result of the examination of the fragmentation and incompletion of the space and the disappointed hopes for permanence and wholeness. The installation is 2300 m³ in size and is divided into four phases, showing different stages of transformation…

I really like the idea, but what’s even more interesting is to see the exaggerated carelessness of the pedestrians. It’s like nobody notices anything; no one questions the installation, or wonders about it. It’s unbelievable…

Nevertheless, this cloud caste project works out in my opinion. Nice video either!

Urban Intervention: Project Cloud Castle

Via e-mail, thanks Candy!

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  1. Könnte es vielleicht daran liegen, dass Gerüste in Berlin zum Alltag gehören ?

    Evtl. würde dies in einer sehr alten Stadt an einem anderen Ort besser funktionieren.

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