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Weidendom Schlepzig


Der Weidendom Schlepzig ist ein aus lebenden Weiden errichtetes Gebäude in Schlepzig in Brandenburg.

Der Weidendom steht am Westende des Dorfes nördlich des Landgasthofes Zum grünen Strand der Spree. Der Entwurf erfolgte durch denSchweizer Architekten Marcel Kalberer. Das 2004 entstandene Bauwerk hat eine Breite von 22 Meter und eine Höhe von 11 Metern. Es wurden 200 Kubikmeter Weidenstangen und 840 Meter Stahlrohr sowie zur Befestigung 3000 Meter Seil und 150 Kilogramm Kokosseil verbaut. Baubeginn war am 8. März 2004, die Einweihung erfolgte bereits am 1. Mai desselben Jahres. Beim Bau wurden Weidenbündel entsprechend der Bauzeichnung gepflanzt, geformt und miteinander verbunden. Seit der Fertigstellung wachsen die Weiden weiter und verändern so fortlaufend das Gebäude.

Quelle: Wikipedia


Copyright: Reinhard Schubert
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9288x4644
Taken: 29/07/2012
Uploaded: 31/07/2012


Tags: nature; willow dome; spreewald; architecture
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