Oak sawn and whitewashed
Grown structures and people's relationships shape the microcosm of a settlement in a confined space. This constantly transforms its appearance on all sides by immigration, departure, new construction, decay, destruction and filling of gaps. In addition, global decisions and external influences act.
The interplay of internal and external processes gives each settlement its unique history and form. A house oriented through its roof to the sky, through the cellar towards the earth's interior and
its windows are the eyes for a panoramic view.
Impressive sight lines on all sides are lost in large cities with multi-storey buildings for their residents. Despite living in confined spaces, more and more people are moving to cities. Urban planners are challenged to find new approaches, into the depths, into the depths and
to build on all sides on a limited area. Every settlement has beauty, you have to get it out.