Seeing Yearning as It Used to Be
Reconstructive projects are always extremely demanding. They have to be perfected on two levels: historical coherence on one hand and the emotional and aesthetic impact of the image.
3-D reconstruction of ancient cities and structures has become a fixed component of any exhibition in recent years. In collaboration with the Landesmuseum Württemberg, FaberCourtial generated the interior of the palace in combination with actually filmed actors for the exhibition Treasures of Old Syria: The Discovery of the Kingdom of Qatna. The stereoscopic images of reconstructed tombs, emotional film installations, and the sound of a language that does not exist today accompany the visitor into the world of old Syria.
To achieve similar results, we offer you a high degree of expertise in the field of architectural-historical reconstructions and we also have an in-house employee in the field of architectural history.
The architectural engineer with a focus on architectural and urban history as well as training in historical reconstructions will translate your research or do his own research into the necessary details in the archives and use it for extraordinarily detailed reconstructions. In doing so, he orients the reconstructions to numerous sources, such as the developed supply of buildings, preserved original constructions, contemporary descriptions, comparable buildings, and of course paintings and drawings that have been handed down.
Our sensitive digital artists convert the research into living images, often through meticulous work, that fascinate with their realistic presentation and correspond to all scientific insights. The viewers experience a total impression that puts the earlier way of life in its original spatial context and expands the historical research into historical experience.