This residential house of the baroque era was situated in the oldest part of Berlin in „Alt-Berlin“ and was destroyed in the Second World War. Georg Wenzeslaus Knobelsdorff, one of the famous baroque and rokoko master builders in Prussia lived in this representative house.
It was placed in the „Kleine Kurstrasse“ that is named after people who elected the king during the time of the Holy Roman Empire.
This model is an exactly detailed one and was constructed in Archicad and visualized in Cinema 4d R14. There is a simple room structure with walls and wall openings inside the building. So this model can be also used for indoor renderings and offers a dialog between in- and outside, if you put it in other neighborhoods or scenes. It is an original reproduction in shape and scale.