a Studio Babelsberg satellite in Berlin's former Spreepark.
Architecture graduation project from the University of Fine Arts Berlin (UdK).
The Spreepark, due to its unique scenographic qualities, diverse landscapes, the positive public memories, its location and size of 28ha, is the ideal location for film studios. The funpark and the so called ‘Spreepark Studios’ will complement one another in the future: The film is offering the attractions for the park while the park is offering the motives for the film. A new, elevated promenade is guiding the visitor through the park, overlaying the existing and decaying infrastructure. Like pearls on a necklace, the studio complex, the park’s attractions as well as sport and recreatio form an alignment. While filming, parts of the park will be closed to the public temporarily. These so called “blind spots” will move throughout the park depending on the themes and scenery of the production. The park constantly reinvents itself: parts are added, destroyed or changed according to the productions of the ‘Spreepark Studios’.