Digital Baroque is the result of a collaboration between the artist Thomas Eller and the architect Thomas Hillig, opening up a new discussion about the relationship between images and architecture. The result speaks for itself: several phases of the digital design process are visible in the relief of the façade, while its interior is dominated by gallery-like spaces. Digital Baroque in Berlin-Mitte.
|Location|| Anklamerstraße 37 |
|Underground parking spaces||12|
|Living Space||1.111 m²|
|Year of completion||2015|
THE HOUSE – Living in a work of art
THE HOUSE is a space like no other: a series of housing units with balconies, arranged around a pentagon that reflects and refracts light.