One building - Two perspectives

06.2018 - In May this year Alexander Schippel tested an ALPA 12 MAX equipment at his current location, the City Palace of Berlin, which is under construction. The tests were supervised by ALPA by Ralph Rosenbauer.
During the demo we took pictures of both photographers, which we do not want to withhold from you, especially as they reveal two different views of the emerging building.

Portfolios:
Schippel, Alexander - Stadtschloss Berlin
Rosenbauer,Ralph - Stadtschloss Berlin


We are very curious which of the two individual perspectives suits your taste!




The Berlin City Palace:
The Berlin castle, often also called the "Stadtschloss", stood on the Spree island in Berlin. The margraves and electors of Brandenburg, later also Prussian kings and German emperors resided there. Between the two world wars it housed the Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin.
During the bombing raids in World War II, it was severely damaged and largely burned out. Despite many international protests, the German Socialist Unity Party (SED) decided in 1950 to completely demolish the building, which many experts believe could have been rebuilt. The Palace of the Republic was built on the site now known as Marx-Engels-Platz after it was blown up.
After this building, also called "Erichs Lampenladen", was completely gutted after the reunification due to asbestos contamination, the Bundestag decided in 2003 to demolish it, which finally took place from 2006 to 2009.
A new building is now being erected in its place, which will take up the historic city palace in terms of cubature, location and facade design and will house numerous museums and research institutions in the future.

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Wikipedia


Behind the Scenes footage of this day:
BTS Stadtschloss Berlin


The tests were so much fun that both photographers have already agreed on a new longer campaign - Stay tuned!


©Ralph Rosenbauer, 2018





©Alexander Schippel, 2018



©Ralph Rosenbauer, 2018



©Ralph Rosenbauer, 2018



©Alexander Schippel, 2018


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