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Album photos Collection N#354

When we think about the Berlin Wall, despite having an idea of how its length, we can’t easily envisage its real size. With this question in my mind, I decided to create a computer generated 3D model of the wall compiled together in a single frame.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#1
The “fourth-generation wall” (Grenzmauer 75) , known officially as “Stützwandelement UL 12.11″ , was the final and most sophisticated version of the  Berlin Wall. Begun in 1975 and completed about 1980, it was constructed from 45.000 separate sections of reinforced concrete, each 3.6 metres high and 1.2 metres wide. The concrete provisions added to this version of the Wall were done so as to prevent escapees from driving their cars through the barricades (“L” shape structure). The top of the wall was lined with a smooth pipe, intended to make it more difficult to scale. This version of the Wall is the one most commonly seen in photographs, and surviving fragments of the Wall in Berlin and elsewhere around the world are generally pieces of the fourth-generation Wall.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#2

The next step was to make a 3D model of a single segment from its blueprint and then duplicate it 45 thousand times. At that point I needed to decide how to compose all the pieces, so I ended up placing them together in the same proportions all from of a single segment. Doing this ensured that we are able to see both the shape of a single segment, on a larger scale, with more detail and the entire quantity that makes up the wall (exactly 45K pieces) together.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#3
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#4


Another step of the project is to have a 3D printed version of this fractal design in 1:1 scale (3,6 meters). So the viewer can easily recognise its form from a distance and upon closer inspection the wall can be viewed in its entirety. I am in search of commissions or sponsors to have it printed. Please contact me if you are interested.


Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#5

To demonstrate the 3D printed structure in real scale, it was virtually inserted next to the original wall segments at Berlin Wall Gallery of  Newseum in Washington.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#6
To envisage the actual size of the wall, the colossal structure (240 metres high) was placed in Alexanderplatz in true scale.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#7 
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#8

In this animation you see the whole fractal structure (exactly 45.000 segments) with a collapsing simulation. The original full length animation piece is available in 5+1 editions and FullHD resolution.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#9

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#10
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#11
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#12

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization

Album photos Collection N#354

When we think about the Berlin Wall, despite having an idea of how its length, we can’t easily envisage its real size. With this question in my mind, I decided to create a computer generated 3D model of the wall compiled together in a single frame.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#1
The “fourth-generation wall” (Grenzmauer 75) , known officially as “Stützwandelement UL 12.11″ , was the final and most sophisticated version of the  Berlin Wall. Begun in 1975 and completed about 1980, it was constructed from 45.000 separate sections of reinforced concrete, each 3.6 metres high and 1.2 metres wide. The concrete provisions added to this version of the Wall were done so as to prevent escapees from driving their cars through the barricades (“L” shape structure). The top of the wall was lined with a smooth pipe, intended to make it more difficult to scale. This version of the Wall is the one most commonly seen in photographs, and surviving fragments of the Wall in Berlin and elsewhere around the world are generally pieces of the fourth-generation Wall.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#2

The next step was to make a 3D model of a single segment from its blueprint and then duplicate it 45 thousand times. At that point I needed to decide how to compose all the pieces, so I ended up placing them together in the same proportions all from of a single segment. Doing this ensured that we are able to see both the shape of a single segment, on a larger scale, with more detail and the entire quantity that makes up the wall (exactly 45K pieces) together.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#3
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#4


Another step of the project is to have a 3D printed version of this fractal design in 1:1 scale (3,6 meters). So the viewer can easily recognise its form from a distance and upon closer inspection the wall can be viewed in its entirety. I am in search of commissions or sponsors to have it printed. Please contact me if you are interested.


Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#5

To demonstrate the 3D printed structure in real scale, it was virtually inserted next to the original wall segments at Berlin Wall Gallery of  Newseum in Washington.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#6
To envisage the actual size of the wall, the colossal structure (240 metres high) was placed in Alexanderplatz in true scale.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#7 
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#8

In this animation you see the whole fractal structure (exactly 45.000 segments) with a collapsing simulation. The original full length animation piece is available in 5+1 editions and FullHD resolution.

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#9

Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#10
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#11
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization
Berlin Wall, A Data Visualization - Image N#12


Album photos Collection N#312

Stéphane Malka and his architectural studio imagined new offices for the company AgoraTic in Paris A which required the creation of versatile spaces. In this space with unusual and unique look, suspended floating elements were installed, patented under the name MuMo, allowing multiple combinations. This space and plays with talent between white and black like musical notes, and has a nice mix between retro and futuristic look.

The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#1
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
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The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#3
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#4
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#5
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#6
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#7

The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka

Album photos Collection N#312

Stéphane Malka and his architectural studio imagined new offices for the company AgoraTic in Paris A which required the creation of versatile spaces. In this space with unusual and unique look, suspended floating elements were installed, patented under the name MuMo, allowing multiple combinations. This space and plays with talent between white and black like musical notes, and has a nice mix between retro and futuristic look.

The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#1
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#2
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#3
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#4
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#5
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#6
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka
The New Heloïse Architecture by Stephane Malka - Image N#7

Album photos Collection N#291


Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR.

Skip's layout you are greeted by this dramatic gorge scene.


Going around the gorge is the second aisle.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



After crossing the upper trestle, some looping occurs - and the train appears on the bottom trestle.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



And as all layout visits have to end, I leave you with the Shay's train circling over the gorge.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR


And directly above, a small log loading crane in what I believe is Hill Camp.

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



And here is Skip holding the fully lit roof.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



And the top deck logging site.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



And then my ADHD kicked in and I got distracted by a backwoods engine house.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR




And then the end of the layout in two photos (bottom deck lumber mill).

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Back to the Heisler.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Heisler geared locomotive pulls a manifest freight.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Here is another view of the lumber mill at the end of the line in Arcadia.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Here is one of Skip's job cards, that also shows a nice schematic diagram of the layout.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Here is the engine house with it's roof removed.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Here we have the Shay-led skeleton log car train that Skip was setting up going through the trestles we saw earlier.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



I pretty much followed this train around the layout for awhile.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Let's take a closer look below that bridge - fishing, anyone.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Logging community, with all the buildings capable of being moved to a new location as needed.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Nearby is this very detailed car shop.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



On the bottom deck in the corner opposite the gorge is this log dump for the lumber mill at the end of the tracks (see the fifth photo above).


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Skip does lovely bridges and trestles - this pair is in the back of the first aisle.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



So lets start looking at some of the close-ups of this highly detailed layout - a spar tree rig with two donkey engines.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



The Heisler passes a log loading facility with a spar tree crane.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



The other side is a detailed lumber mill.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



The other side.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR




The whole train nearly fits on the trestle, BTW.

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Then we've got Skip working on the area directly to the right and behind me in the above photo while Les Halmos takes pictures with his iPad.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



There is quite a lumber mill and sales complex here.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



This town is on the bottom level of the second aisle, along the outside wall, IIRC. It gives a nice view of Skip's scenery base techniques.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



To the left is the first aisle.

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR

Album photos Collection N#291


Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR.

Skip's layout you are greeted by this dramatic gorge scene.


Going around the gorge is the second aisle.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



After crossing the upper trestle, some looping occurs - and the train appears on the bottom trestle.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



And as all layout visits have to end, I leave you with the Shay's train circling over the gorge.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR


And directly above, a small log loading crane in what I believe is Hill Camp.

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



And here is Skip holding the fully lit roof.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



And the top deck logging site.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



And then my ADHD kicked in and I got distracted by a backwoods engine house.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR




And then the end of the layout in two photos (bottom deck lumber mill).

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Back to the Heisler.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Heisler geared locomotive pulls a manifest freight.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Here is another view of the lumber mill at the end of the line in Arcadia.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Here is one of Skip's job cards, that also shows a nice schematic diagram of the layout.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Here is the engine house with it's roof removed.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Here we have the Shay-led skeleton log car train that Skip was setting up going through the trestles we saw earlier.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



I pretty much followed this train around the layout for awhile.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Let's take a closer look below that bridge - fishing, anyone.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Logging community, with all the buildings capable of being moved to a new location as needed.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Nearby is this very detailed car shop.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



On the bottom deck in the corner opposite the gorge is this log dump for the lumber mill at the end of the tracks (see the fifth photo above).


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Skip does lovely bridges and trestles - this pair is in the back of the first aisle.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



So lets start looking at some of the close-ups of this highly detailed layout - a spar tree rig with two donkey engines.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



The Heisler passes a log loading facility with a spar tree crane.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



The other side is a detailed lumber mill.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



The other side.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR




The whole train nearly fits on the trestle, BTW.

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



Then we've got Skip working on the area directly to the right and behind me in the above photo while Les Halmos takes pictures with his iPad.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



There is quite a lumber mill and sales complex here.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



This town is on the bottom level of the second aisle, along the outside wall, IIRC. It gives a nice view of Skip's scenery base techniques.


Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR



To the left is the first aisle.

Amazing artworks, Creativity of Skip's layout is the Arcadia and Betsie River RR


Album photos Collection N#284



The Casa Horta is an house built in 1920 in Barcelona. Its most recent owner, designer Guillermo Santomà chose to refurbish it in order to give it all its magnificence. He played with the geometry of the architecture, with colors to delimit spaces. 

Every room has its own color, from the pastel pink for the bathroom to the green for the entrance including the white for stairs. Through this choices, artist enable to contemplate all the architecture of the house by offering it a modern and contemporary aspect. Photographer José Hevia took the pictures of this stunning architectural artwork.

Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#1 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#2 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#3 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#4 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#5 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#6 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#7 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#8 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#9 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#10

Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain

Album photos Collection N#284



The Casa Horta is an house built in 1920 in Barcelona. Its most recent owner, designer Guillermo Santomà chose to refurbish it in order to give it all its magnificence. He played with the geometry of the architecture, with colors to delimit spaces. 

Every room has its own color, from the pastel pink for the bathroom to the green for the entrance including the white for stairs. Through this choices, artist enable to contemplate all the architecture of the house by offering it a modern and contemporary aspect. Photographer José Hevia took the pictures of this stunning architectural artwork.

Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#1 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#2 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#3 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#4 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#5 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#6 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#7 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#8 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#9 
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain
Amazing Coloful Refurbished Home in Barcelona, Spain N#10

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