Berlin

Feuerlandhöfe

The listed former bromide silver factory owes its name to the smoking chimneys that were still active during the GDR era. The famous Borsigwerke were founded here in 1837 with a foundry and a mechanical engineering institute. The design
concept of the Berlin artist Marcel Buehler takes up the history of the Feuerlandhöfe and reinterprets the elements of fire, light, smoke and industrial production.

www.marcelbuehler.com

Customer: CG Gruppe AG
Year: 2017
Category: Architectural Art

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