Mies van der Rohe – The Golfclub Project

In 1930, the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed a club house for the Krefeld Golf Club. Due to the Great Depression however, the house was never built. This summer, the model was built on the designed place close to Krefeld, as a walkable architecture model at a scale of 1:1.

It creates a fascinating and poetic experience, sharing space, inside and outside, outer and inner room.
More info on the project can be found at Project Mik : http://www.projektmik.com/
It is open until the October 27, afterwards the agricultural area will be restored as if nothing ever happened…

Some pictures. The last ones with my Nikon D7000 before some *%£ stole it. He’d better put it to good use. But that won’t keep me from taking pictures 🙂

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More pictures can be seen in my flickr gallery

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