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    [post_date] => 2019-07-26 16:00:27
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    [post_content] => image[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://scontent-frt3-1.cdninstagram.com/v/t51.2885-15/65823274_147116936371058_6565641294265384024_n.jpg?_nc_cat=106&_nc_sid=8ae9d6&_nc_ohc=VAn-UjkqOQ8AX8Onlno&_nc_ht=scontent-frt3-1.cdninstagram.com&oh=518ebafd58d6d407ac0ee404323726a7&oe=5F461750[[[SEPARATOR]]][[[SEPARATOR]]]LET'S DO THE TIME WARP AGAIN!

Today we are having another look at a #kwaBestAger, the ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAVILION in the Elisengarten in Aachen.

The uniqueness of the archaeological site in the Elisengarten park lies in its layering of different settlement structures (dating back some 5000 years) from various eras of Aachen city history. This extraordinary historical strata is mirrored in the concept of the pavilion’s shell: a conscientious aberration from the typical glass vitrines found within the urban context, its open stainless steel construction creates the necessary climatic mantle for the enclosed space.

This light and translucent structure was built in 2012 and has since attracted many visitors and locals for a stop to take a look at the ancient objects or to just hang around and enjoy a relaxing time from the hustle und bustle of the city centre. >> This picture was taken just after completion. Next post, see what the pavilion looks like today.
📸 by @kirchner_architekturfotografie 
#kadawittfeldarchitektur #realitycheck #kwarealitycheck #kwabestager #bestagers #architecturaldesign #archilovers #aachen #elisengarten #archaeology #pavilion #archaeologicalsite #architecture #routecharlemagne #visitaachen #archäologischevitrine #jenskirchner[[[SEPARATOR]]]https://www.instagram.com/p/B0Ye5FBiMd_/
    [post_title] => LET'S DO THE TIME WARP AGAIN! Today we are having another look at a #kwaBestAger, the ARCHAEOLOGICAL PAVILION in the Elisengarten in Aachen. The uniqueness of the archaeological site in the Elisengarten park lies in its layering of different settlement structures (dating back some 5000 years) from various eras of Aachen city history. This extraordinary historical strata is mirrored in the concept of the pavilion’s shell: a conscientious aberration from the typical glass vitrines found within the urban context, its open stainless steel construction creates the necessary climatic mantle for the enclosed space. This light and translucent structure was built in 2012 and has since attracted many visitors and locals for a stop to take a look at the ancient objects or to just hang around and enjoy a relaxing time from the hustle und bustle of the city centre. >> This picture was taken just after completion. Next post, see what the pavilion looks like today. 📸 by @kirchner_architekturfotografie #kadawittfeldarchitektur #realitycheck #kwarealitycheck #kwabestager #bestagers #architecturaldesign #archilovers #aachen #elisengarten #archaeology #pavilion #archaeologicalsite #architecture #routecharlemagne #visitaachen #archäologischevitrine #jenskirchner
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