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märklin MODERNE From Architecture to Assembly Kit and Back Again

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The architecture of model railway systems in the German post-war economic boom was surprisingly modern. New stood next to old, high-rises and half-timbered buildings coexisted peacefully. Still today the famous “Villa in Ticino,” high-rises, gas stations, and train and administrative buildings of the post-war period connect generations throughout Germany.

English/German

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24 x 17 cm, landscape
136 pages, 102 b/w and col.

The exhibition and catalog compare the plastic assembly kits with the real buildings that inspired them, bringing the architecture and model construction history of post-war modernity together.

Photographs by Hagen Stier and Andreas Beyer; interviews with Falk Jaeger, Leopold Messmer and Klaus Staeck; texts by Oliver Elser, Dina Dorothea Falbe, Teresa Fankhänel, Christian Holl, Ralf Liptau, Matthias Ludwig, Verena Pfeiffer-Kloss, C. Julius Reinsberg and Jörg Schilling. Edited by Daniel Bartetzko and Karin Berkemann

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märklin MODERNE From Architecture to Assembly Kit and Back Again

märklin MODERNE From Architecture to Assembly Kit and Back Again

The architecture of model railway systems in the German post-war economic boom was surprisingly modern. New stood next to old, high-rises and half-timbered buildings coexisted peacefully. Still today the famous “Villa in Ticino,” high-rises, gas stations, and train and administrative buildings of the post-war period connect generations throughout Germany.

English/German