From the Buchstabenmuseum to the Christian Garden
A Walk with Alexander Branczyk
Saturday 20. August 2011
The Christian Garden in Berlin Marzahn opened at the end of April 2011. Its square walkway is bordered by stunning golden walls covered with extracts from the Old and New Testaments. Designer Alexander Branczyk explains the complex origins of this work, as well as the 40-meter-tall block lettering and the different structures of the letters L and M.
Project Planning: Relais Landschaftsarchitekten
Font development: xplicit Gesellschaft für visuelle Kommunikation
More information: www.gruen-berlin.de/parks-gaerten/gaerten-der-welt/christlicher-garten/informationen/
Meeting Point 1, Buchstabenmuseum
20/8/2011, 13:00 to 15:00
Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 13, Berlin Carré in Alexanderplatz, 1st Floor, 10178 Berlin
Meeting Point 2, Gardens of the World, Marzahn
Gardens of the World in the Marzahn Recreational Park, main entrance,
Eisenachstrasse 99, 12685 Berlin
S7 Marzahn and Bus 195 or U5 Hellersdorf and Bus 195
Ticket: 6.00 Euros (includes Gardens of the World entry and Buchstabenmuseum ticket)
Lecture: in German
Duration: approx. 40 min
Important: limited spots available, participation by registration only. Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the number of people attending.
Note: Bicycles and dogs are not allowed in the gardens (bicycle stands available at the entrance).