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Maximilian Treiber

Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
Maximilian Treiber (b. 1988). Architecture studies at the Münster School of Architecture and the Technical University Berlin. Extensive travels through Europe, Southeast Asia and the United States. Collaboration in architecture offices in Tokyo, Zurich, and Berlin. Participant at a Practice Based PhD Programme at the TU Berlin and assistant at HS Bochum, Architecture Theory and Architecture History.

Feldweg


Montagen des Alltäglichen

Feldweg


Montagen des Alltäglichen
The idea is about the perception of the trivial and banal in the built environment that deserve attention in our fast moving and restless society.
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  • Systemic changes

The “Feldweg“ points out a privilege that is barely to be found in inner-city spaces - the wide view in distance - unhindered and aimless. On the “Feldweg”, the thinking human is liberated from distractions and influences of everyday life. Walking in this ordinary lane can further the joy and inspiration. Small infrastructures are always important snap points. They orientate, refer to the scale and create identity. The idea is a graphical interpretation of this importance. The horizons show a composition of “objects trouvé”. The images are distorted and the viewers perception is stimulated. Subtle disagreements disturb the compositions and allow the view to wander over the “Feldweg” again and again. The montages refer to forgotten and invisible architectures. They want to be aware of the edge. An edge full of architectural by-products that shape the city and countryside in the background. And perhaps more than the planned and built architecture itself, which demands our attention.


Feldweg


Montagen des Alltäglichen

Feldweg


Montagen des Alltäglichen
The idea is about the perception of the trivial and banal in the built environment that deserve attention in our fast moving and restless society.
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The “Feldweg“ points out a privilege that is barely to be found in inner-city spaces - the wide view in distance - unhindered and aimless. On the “Feldweg”, the thinking human is liberated from distractions and influences of everyday life. Walking in this ordinary lane can further the joy and inspiration. Small infrastructures are always important snap points. They orientate, refer to the scale and create identity. The idea is a graphical interpretation of this importance. The horizons show a composition of “objects trouvé”. The images are distorted and the viewers perception is stimulated. Subtle disagreements disturb the compositions and allow the view to wander over the “Feldweg” again and again. The montages refer to forgotten and invisible architectures. They want to be aware of the edge. An edge full of architectural by-products that shape the city and countryside in the background. And perhaps more than the planned and built architecture itself, which demands our attention.



Idea by

Maximilian Treiber
Kreuzberg
Berlin
Germany
Maximilian Treiber (b. 1988). Architecture studies at the Münster School of Architecture and the Technical University Berlin. Extensive travels through Europe, Southeast Asia and the United States. Collaboration in architecture offices in Tokyo, Zurich, and Berlin. Participant at a Practice Based PhD Programme at the TU Berlin and assistant at HS Bochum, Architecture Theory and Architecture History.