This is Week One Part 2! Berlin still in a super hot weather now, I got tanned. This week is a busy week, we went many good places and they are impressed me a lot. I will use a clear timeline to show you where did we went and what did we do! Let’s go with me!
This morning we went to Berlin Wall Memorial. People preseved their historical details as a memorial for today’s education, the Berlin Wall is an open aired exhibition, in 70 meters long. It gives visitors an impression of how historical site use to be. The division of old society Berlin is an important record in the history. People lost their family and segregated into different life zones.
(This is the division line of golf berlin wall)
(The old tower for soldiers to monitor the border)
Next, we went to the new central station for Berlin and visit the architectural design Paul-Löbe-Haus and Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-haus was designed by Stephan Braunfels.
Brandenburg Gate, the most famous landmark of Berlin. It represents the division of German during cold war. Now is the symbol of unity and peace.
The Holocaust Memorial, the memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
This design gives me a lot impression, because each piece of square represents those victims and designer used a unique way to warning and posing in the central part of Berlin.
From this picture you see this site has frequently changeable slope. When I was walking inside the site it gives me a different feeling compare just see it.
Today we visit Germany architecture types, this is the one design that I mostly liked. It shows a formal European architecture style, cozy and romantic.
Today we visited Wald.Berlin.Klima. Due to the climate change and nature conservation is one of the important concept of world. Berlin forestry department want to educate people by an abstract to way in a nature protection area.
Südgelände, Gleisdreieck, it is a place shows Art, Nature and Technology. Designers and planners used a railways place turned it to a place of unique nature landscape place. Designer use the concept of “forth Nature ” to create the sense of place.
I was totally impresses by this 3D modal of Berlin. I am dreaming that one day I can have the opportunity to do a modal map like this. It is detailed and clearly shows every block of Berlin.