Park and Memorial by Udo Hubert Dagenbach Glada-Berlin

Udo Hubert Dagenbach Glada-Berlin Portrays The Historical Park Park and Memorial

Udo Hubert Dagenbach Glada-Berlin, the architect of the displayed design park and memorial by Udo Hubert Dagenbach Glada-Berlin illustrates, The cellular prussian model prison in Berlin Moabit, constructed between 1842 and 1849 In lieu of communal cells and corporal punishment, the reformers devised a system of isolation with individual cells. In the last years of Worldwar 2 political prisoners have been captured and tortured in the prison. After its demolition in 1958 ist was used as a storage space. After the Berlin Wall fell the city contracted glasser and dagenbach to develope a recreational and memorial park. An architectural garden within the prison walls was created by using land art means - a prison story told in a park..

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