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    May 13th, 2014EsterUncategorized

    Fanny and Klaus splendor create exhibition at the Orangerie, new garden Potsdam your furniture collages”with qualified sense of the historical element, originality and great attention to detail. Old pieces of furniture such as dressers, headboards of beds, nightstands, closet doors combined with modern buildings, areas and partly coloured recast: always still functional, caused individual objects with a very particular charm. There, in the Middle, a kitchen cabinet is sawed apart, erected the two elements opposed, and reconnected through a new wash-like showcase. So something new arises, without denying the original furniture. As a skilled Carpenter as well as as architect with many years teaching at the University of Hanover, Klaus splendor is the preservation of the historic at heart. “The obtaining of protection architecture connects to preserve old-fashioned come and lived off” pieces of furniture, the they innovate “call. With the invitation to this Exhibition thanked the friends of Prussian palaces and gardens for the long-standing commitment of the Prachts for the restoration of a pavilion in Potsdam-Sanssouci and the frederician hedge Theater at the new Palace, which has documented Klaus splendor with numerous drawings. Thanks but in addition to the Club of also of the Foundation of Prussian palaces and gardens. So were not only from their fixed location in Quedlinburg, the work brought to Potsdam, but also of the Orangerie room equipped with a curtain and landing pads and thus awarded a special, color-matched frame the works on display. “” “” Plant launches August 3, 15:00: it started with a sawn kitchen cabinet “Klaus splendor on the development of a random idea to the exhibition of his collages of furniture” August 24, 15:00: from the unloved heirloom to the design object: Klaus splendor provides the construction of his collages of furniture “before and gives tips for interested Innovierer” Opening hours: Tue Sun 11 am 6 pm, admission free Kathrin Symens

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