BERLIN CITYSCAPE 1:5000 (BACK CATALOGUE)

12in high, 12in wide, 2in deep & 10lb approximately.

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Berlin developed from the early 13th century on the banks of the river Spree. It became the capital of the princes of Brandenburg and expanded as their influence in Europe grew. The city gained a Baroque appearance with broad avenues, such as Wilhelmstrasse and Friedrichstrasse, handsome squares and grand buildings. The destruction during WWII was followed by the construction of modern apartment and office buildings. There has been much effort to blend old and new as can be seen in the restored Reichstag building. This and the surrounding area have become the seat of national government. Berlin's many buildings representing the styles of the Baroque, Classicism, Romanticism, Grunderjahre (1871-90), and the Wilhelminian era, of Art Nouveau, Bauhaus, postwar Modernism, and Postmodernism, and of the periods of socialist state architecture make the city a rich source for the study of 18th- to 20th-century architecture. Berlin is surprisingly green with many trees lining the streets, the Tiergarten park just west of the Brandenburg Gate and the river Spree running through the centre of the city.

This 3d map of Berlin, at a scale of 1:5000, is centred on the intersection of the River Spree and Friedrichstrasse. It is a single plaster tile measuring 30x30cm encapsulated in a perspex frame. The model can wall hang or be displayed on a desk or table top.



EDITION

Open edition - signed and dated

ALTERNATIVE SIZE AND STYLE

Show blue river model.

DISPLAY

Display flat on the desk or wall hang.

DIMENSIONS

12in high, 12in wide, 2in deep & 10lb approximately.

LOCATION

Berlin, Germany

MATERIALS

Handmade: Plaster, acrylic box frame

RETURNS

No quibble returns policy.

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11in high, 4in wide, 3in deep & 4.6lb approximately.

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CHICAGO CITYSCAPE WITH BLUE WATER (S)

13in high, 13in wide, 2in deep & 7lb approximately.

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This 3d map of Chicago, at a scale of 1:5000, is centred on the Loop. It is a single resin tile measuring 30x30cm encapsulated in an oak frame and metal etched blue water. The model can wall hang or be displayed on a desk or table top.

Acrylic case optional

Some images of Chicago.

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HOUSE FOR AN ART LOVER

6.5in high, 6in wide, 2in deep & 2.2lb approximately.

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Inside, the House for an Art Lover is equally impressive. The building's interior features a stunning central atrium with a skylight, which floods the space with natural light. The use of flowing, curved lines is again evident in the building's interior design, with the walls and ceilings featuring stunning decorative motifs and details.

The House for an Art Lover's Art Nouveau design also extends to its furniture and fittings, which are seamlessly integrated into the building's overall aesthetic. The building's furniture and fittings feature intricate metalwork, stained glass, and other decorative elements that complement the Art Nouveau style.

In conclusion, the House for an Art Lover is a stunning example of Art Nouveau architecture that showcases the beauty and elegance of the style. The building's exterior and interior designs, as well as its furniture and fittings, are a testament to the creativity and innovation of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, making it a must-visit destination for architecture enthusiasts and art lovers alike.









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