Brutalismus
MAKING HEIMAT – Germany, Arrival Country

The DAM is staging the exhibition »Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country« in the German Pavilion at the 15th Venice Architecture Biennale, May 28, 2016 – November 27, 2016
Press information, May 21, 2016, PDF file


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  • THE OPEN PAVILION

     

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    Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
    German Pavilion, 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2016
    Photo: © Kirsten Bucher
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    Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
    German Pavilion, 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2016
    Photo: © Kirsten Bucher
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    Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
    German Pavilion, 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2016
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    Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
    German Pavilion, 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2016
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    Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
    German Pavilion, 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2016
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    Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
    German Pavilion, 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2016
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    Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
    German Pavilion, 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2016
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    Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.
    German Pavilion, 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia 2016
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  • THE ARRIVAL CITY IS A CITY WITHIN THE CITY

     

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    The most important Arrival Cities in Germany
    © Something Fantastic
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  • THE ARRIVAL CITY IS INFORMAL

     

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    Dong Xuan Center, Berlin
    Photo: © Kiên Hoàng Lê
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    Dong Xuan Center, Berlin
    Photo: © Kiên Hoàng Lê
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    Dong Xuan Center, Berlin
    Photo: © Kiên Hoàng Lê
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  • THE ARRIVAL CITY IS ON THE GROUND FLOOR

     

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    Learning from Neukölln, Berlin
    Photo: © Florian Thein, 2013
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    Learning from Neukölln, Berlin
    Photo: © Florian Thein, 2013
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  • THE ARRIVAL CITY IS CLOSE TO BUSINESS

     

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    Stuttgart Feuerbach
    Photo: © Die Arge Lola, 2016
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  • THE ARRIVAL CITY IS A NETWORK OF IMMIGRANTS

     

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    "Thaiwiese" in Preussen Park, Berlin-Wilmersdorf
    Photo: © Jakob Huber, 2014
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    Mosque in Sandgasse, Offenbach
    Photo: © Judith Raum, 2010
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    Sri-Kamadchi-Ampal Temple, Hamm in Nordrhein-Westfalen
    Photo: © Judith Raum, 2010
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  • THE ARRIVAL CITY IS SELF-BUILT

     

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    Quinta Monroy, Iquique
    Architect: Elemental, Chile
    Photo: © Tadeuz Jalocha, 2004
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    Quinta Monroy, Iquique
    Architect: Elemental, Chile
    Photo: © Christobal Palma, 2006
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    Frankfurt Praunheim estate, 1929
    Photo: Hermann Collischonn, Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg, Deutsches Kunstarchiv, NL-May, Ernst, I,B 40(0030)
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    Frankfurt Praunheim estate
    Photo: © Peter Körner, 2011
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  • OFFENBACH IS ALMOST ALL RIGHT

     

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    Offenbach, Portrait: Arthur Seitz
    Photo: © Jessica Schäfer
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    Offenbach, Portrait: Arthur Seitz
    Photo: © Jessica Schäfer
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  • THE ARRIVAL CITY NEEDS THE BEST SCHOOLS

     

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    Rütli School in Neukölln, Berlin
    Photo: © Josephine Dannheisig \ Christopher Domakis, 2016
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  • DATABASE

     

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    Architect: Jan Schabert (günther & schabert Architekten), Munich
    Light-frame construction hall emergency program, Munich
    Aerial view \ photo: © Guido Helmschmid
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    Architect: Jan Schabert (günther & schabert Architekten), Munich
    Light-frame construction hall emergency program, Munich
    Light-frame hall, inside \ photo: © Michael Heinrich
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    Architect: Gerstberger Architekten GmbH, Munich \ LiWood, Munich
    Refugee accommodation, Munich
    Preparation of the modules / photo: © Michael Heinrich
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    Architect: Gerstberger Architekten GmbH, Munich \ LiWood, Munich
    Refugee accommodation, Munich
    Assembly of the modules / photo: © Michael Heinrich
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    Architect: u3ba Arge camilo hernandez urban 3 + Harald Baumann baumannarchitects, Stuttgart
    Apartments for refugees and the homeless, Ostfildern
    Exterior view \ photo: © Markus Guhl
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    Architect: trapp wagner Architekten und Ingenieure, Hünfeld
    Residential and community buildings, Hünfeld
    Refugee accommodation in Hünfeld \ photo: © Dr. Michael Fladung
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    Architects: Gorenflos Architekten GvAmbH, Berlin; Spatial concept in collaboration with Planung.Freiraum, Berlin and Juliane Bailly
    Recreation hall in Tempelhofer Feld, Berlin
    Photo: © Gorenflos Architekten
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    Architects: Gorenflos Architekten GvAmbH, Berlin; Spatial concept in collaboration with Planung.Freiraum, Berlin and Juliane Bailly
    Recreation hall in Tempelhofer Feld, Berlin
    Hall \ photo: © Gorenflos Architekten
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    Architect: BBP (Oliver Langhammer), Berlin
    „A Home – For Refugees Too“, Oranienburg
    Overall view \ photo: © BBP
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    Architects: Dr. Wulf Bentlage, Frankfurt am Main; Christian Stefanescu \ Solaris Raummodule GmbH, Frankfurt am Main
    Dwelling units with solar modules, Frankfurt am Main \ Ortenaukreis
    Frankfurt-Bonames: exterior view
    Photo: © Pit Köther
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    Architects: Dr. Wulf Bentlage, Frankfurt am Main; Christian Stefanescu \ Solaris Raummodule GmbH, Frankfurt am Main
    Dwelling units, Frankfurt am Main \ Ortenaukreis
    Frankfurt-Bonames: delivery and setting up
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  • PORTRAITS

     

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    DAM Biennale Team (l. to r.): Peter Cachola Schmal, Anna Scheuermann, Oliver Elser
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    DAM Biennale Team (l. to r.): Anna Scheuermann, Oliver Elser, Doug Saunders, Peter Cachola Schmal
    Photo: © Kirsten Bucher
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    Something Fantastic (l. to r.): Julian Schubert, Elena Schütz, Leonard Streich
    Photo: © Zara Pfeifer
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  • CATALOGUE

     

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    Catalogue “Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country.”
    Publisher: Hatje Cantz
    Editors: Peter Cachola Schmal, Oliver Elser, Anna Scheuermann
    Design: Something Fantastic, Berlin
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Herausgeber: © Deutsches Architekturmuseum Frankfurt a.M., Schaumainkai 43, 19.01.2017