What if we made our wonderful church architecture again what it once was: the center of society? Detached from religion, churches could be a place of meeting, leisure, learning and creating.
In the year 2050, in the aftermath of great social upheavals, the luxury boats of this world have been transformed. Small floating cities have been built out of them – often in combination with several ships.
This Utopia takes place in Berlin 2050. The people learned that climate change is coming and therefore they started living environment friendly.
The world in the far future is green, clean and without wars. It is a place where all people have equal rights and chances. The Earth´s population is smaller because scientists found other habitable planets that offered a home for many.
In 150 years, life in Berlin is something like this: The city is a place of encounter. The anonymity that prevails now has largely disappeared; people know each other and exchange ideas.
Only two days left..it’s almost time! 2050 is the year of the big pay-out. Since the beginning of spring, the display on the New World Clock at Allesandersplatz has been blinking in pink letters, announcing the exact date on which surplus property will be returned to the state.
In 2050, everyone gets a bubble flat as a gift from the European Union for their 18th birthday and can use it to float freely across the continent
In this version of a Berlin utopia, Philomena Koebele focuses on the preservation of the old buildings that characterize the cityscape.
In 2050, the earth is severely damaged. The sky is no longer blue. Because of this the citizens instigated a system that’s strictly regulated.