In this project the arrangement of the environment is especially designed for the paintings of the German artist Stefan Hoenerloh. His work represents the architecture of an imaginary city, with views that are true to reality. This city exists only in his creative mind. Exposed in an especially designed exhibition space, the paintings should increase their impact and the way they are observed.
The viewer is confronted with an exhibition environment, divided into two vertical levels, which further considered, should represent two different worlds – one of Hoenerloh’s abandoned city and another, more similar to ours, full of light and life. On the ground level the visitor is welcomed in a bright space with green plants and comfortable seats. On the upper level, a platform functions as a lookout stage for observation of the imaginary city. In the same time, standing on the platform the viewer can still see the ground level, which in contrast to the paintings, is full of life.