Friday, 20 January 2012

Miniatures in Berlin (part 3)

Third instalment of photos from the Arikalex Museum in Berlin!  Another fabulously detailed Mulvany and Rogers House is the Palazzo Vendramin Calergi based on the real palace built during the early Renaissance era.  Such atmosphere in every room, and wonderful lighting.  The windows were amazing.







There are also some room boxes, including this great Jugendstil/Art Nouveau room box based on Gaudi's Casa Batllo in Barcelona, Spain.





6 comments:

Josje said...

Just found your blog Becky.
Thanks for showing these fantastic photos. I did not know there is a miniatures museum in Berlin.

Andy said...

I must try and get to this museum some day, it must have been so much fun, and a great inspiration to you!! thanks again for the pictures!

Becky said...

Hello Josje, thanks for your comments, I have been reading your blog for a long time and absolutely love your house - look forward to seeing your work on the new one. The museum doesn't seem very well publicised, not mentioned in any of the guide books. I only found it by chance by Googling for miniatures in Berlin!

Becky said...

Hi Andy, we had the museum to ourselves and were able to spend as long as we liked there - just had to turn off the lights and lock the door as we left. Hope you manage to get there some day!

Mari@-Il Cucchiaino Magico said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos. Those amazing miniatures are so perfect...

Dominique said...

Thank you for sharing the photos. Seems to be a really great museum