From eyesore to eye-catcher
In the Brandenburg town of Wittenberge, an East German prefab right on the old market square was increasingly perceived as an eyesore. We turned it into a real eye-catcher. Using trompe-l’œil, we succeeded in creating the impression of a street section consisting of three old buildings and thus visually integrating the building into the ensemble of surrounding buildings.
The trompe-l’oeil painting, superbly realised in terms of perspective and craftsmanship, creates the perfect illusion. Only from close up do you realise that the stucco elements are optical illusions.
KWG SENFTENBERG Building blocks on the move The residents of Ortrand (Brandenburg) were blown away: the exposed aggregate concrete segments of three renovated prefabricated concrete-slab
WGS Schwerin The world’s tallest bookshelf The 33-metre-high eye-catcher in Schwerin illustrates how façade design can also represent the people living in a building or
WGS SCHWERIN Streamlines in Schwerin The sleek architecture of Streamline Moderne is currently in vogue again. Reason enough to be inspired and create our own