Marula Di Como uses wooden elements to recreate the moments of decision in the planning and creation of the neighbourhood. A table, a lamp, a ruler, a drawing and several pencils contain the essentials for the planning of the neighbourhood. After several walks and conversations about the history of the place and the prize, the numbers were the protagonists. How much of what. An inventory of time and space, of form and content. A decisive moment of planning and creation. The plan of the historic building is drawn on the architect's table. The carpenter's pencils represent all the elements that were thought or planned then and those that exist now. A projection surface: a desire and a reality, from Thomas More via Georges Perec to Georg Lichtenberg.
Architectural historical background: Irma Leinauer
Wohnkomplex Leninallee - Wohnkomplex Fennpfuhl Research:
ArchitFührer 1987_Wohnkomplex Fennpfuhl - Joachim Schulz/Werner Gräbner - Berlin Architektur von Pankow bis Köpenik - Pgs.149/149 - VEB Verlag für Bauwesen - Berlin 1987 + Wohnen in Grünen mitten in der Stadt - 1972-2002: 30 Jahre Berlin Fennpfuhl - Bröchure - Bezirksamt Lichtenberg + Blattschnitte der Digitalen Topographischen Karten - Geoportal Berlin - FIS-Broker
Thanks to Irma Leinauer, Birgit Szepanski, Mario and Madita Suckow, Igor, Herr Wolff, Florencia Young, Estela Schindel, Stefan Karkowski, Seraphina Lenz, Julieta Latierro, Muriel Leinauer, Uwe Jonas, Fiona & Charly Nijensohn