Alex Chinneck turns dilapidated buildings into works of art. In his own words, his work "is largely about surprise - taking something familiar and doing something with it that distorts our perception of the world around us."
From November 17, important original works from ancient Pergamon and a 360-degree panorama will be shown in a temporary building. The restored Telephos frieze of the Pergamon Altar can also be seen again in Berlin.
There's a house in Poland that, according to architects, uses more concrete than any other private residence in Europe -- but it sure doesn't look like concrete. The facade seems like it was made of wood.
Run-down façades, punks and ordinary workers: An exhibition in Berlin shows the works of Harald Hauswald, who simply wanted to document everyday life — without knowing that the Berlin Wall would one day come down.
Almost everyone knows that asbestos is dangerous. But what many don't know is that these deadly fibers can hide everywhere: in every wall, behind every tile. Knowing what to look for may save your life.
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