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Molter-Linnemann Architekten

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DEA Vogelweh Kleeblatt / Molter-Linnemann Architekten

00:00 - 11 September, 2012
DEA Vogelweh Kleeblatt / Molter-Linnemann Architekten, © Michael Heinrich
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'Hello Future' Roundabout / Molter-Linnemann Architekten

07:00 - 8 September, 2012
Courtesy of Molter-Linnemann Architekten
Courtesy of Molter-Linnemann Architekten

To celebrate the 150 year anniversary of the Utility and Amenities Company of the city of Zweibrücken, Germany, the company decided to donate a roundabout to the city which was to deal with the present and the future of Zweibrücken and the company itself. Located at the point dominated by advertising, commercial buildings and an enormous amount of tall lighting masts, Molter-Linnemann Architekten was asked to design the third, last roundabout, aka “the roundabout at the movies”. Just as at the time of the movies creation, when traffic began to dominate the environment, today again we are facing chances that will shape our world anew. To make this new condition visible, the architects wanted the design to be larger-than-life, similar to the portrayal of Tatis “modern world”. More images and architects’ description after the break.