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Old December 10th, 2015, 07:34 PM   #5201
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The fun part is that the Victoria Haus was build as office building for the Insurance Company Victoria. That is why the name Victoriahaus

Big celebration we had on the 1st of November
The "Richtfest" celebration happened. It's a fest where the topping out gets celebrated with cocktails or champagne. It is big in Germany every time there is a Haus been build




The Richt Fest Crown is ready to be hoisted!


In this case, they used hollow Ziegel with filling. The more air pockets, the better the insulation

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The Richtfest gets started
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The Richtkrone gets pulled up. Final height reached!

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Old December 10th, 2015, 07:36 PM   #5202
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Neumarkt Dresden Quartier VII/2 - aktuell 08.12.2015



















http://www.dresdner-bauten.de/2015/1...2-aktuell.html
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Old December 10th, 2015, 07:38 PM   #5203
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Quartier IV/3 Landhausstraße/Friesengasse





http://www.bausituation-dresden.de/2...rieseneck.html
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人は何かの犠牲なしに何も得ることはできない。何かを得るためには同等の代価が必要になる。それが、生活における等価交換の原則だ。その頃僕らは、それが世界の真実だと信じていた。時間は、最も貴重な資源である。だから、誰の時間もあなたは無駄にしてはいけないし、誰もが他の人の時間を無駄にしないでください。

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Old December 10th, 2015, 10:15 PM   #5204
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Update 12th November











They moved the Richtkrone from the fest to the side




The chimney has been delivered!




The first window






The new building from "Stellwerk"




Trierische Haus is excitingly changing the most


Because the roof gets it's "ziegel" cover









Thank you user Millennio Secondo!
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Old December 10th, 2015, 11:07 PM   #5205
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Very good update. Thank you. The box to the left on Quartier VII-2 (the front side) really looks like a hideous thing. Why put something like that there. its just strange.
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Old December 11th, 2015, 11:08 AM   #5206
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schöne Stadt

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Old December 11th, 2015, 05:30 PM   #5207
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Very good update. Thank you. The box to the left on Quartier VII-2 (the front side) really looks like a hideous thing. Why put something like that there. its just strange.
That is the Kulturpalast and there are TONS of posts here regarding this square pile of girders and glass; the most controversial part of the thread. But, alas, it's here to stay....unless you know of any snow removal bulldozer driver who may lose control of his vehicle and take the place out. He'd be a true hero.
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Old December 11th, 2015, 09:13 PM   #5208
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When will they begin constructing the planned building next to the one the build now?
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Old December 12th, 2015, 03:38 AM   #5209
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3. December 2015


















Millennio Secondo, thanks!

Something interesting I got here. The house on the right is called the Dinglinger Haus. Named after Mr. Dinglinger. He was a goldsmith and made objects that are still on display 300 Years later only a few feet from here! Some objects where made for display in the Schloss and are still on there original location! Unbelievable for most people, but true, everyone can see Dinglingers works of art in the Art collection nearby in the "Gruene Gewoelbe"

Dinglingers work. 1701 Finished 1708. Took seven! Years to complete.
The name: Royal Household of Delhi



4909 Diamonds, 164 Emeralds, 160 Rubies, a Sapphire, 16 Pearls and two Cameos. Crafted by Dinglinger and brothers plus employees. The elector paid 60 000 Thalers for it. That is more money, than the construction of Moritzburg had cost him.

Or this piece from 1705. Dinglingers favorit: The bath of the Diana. Made out of ivory, it is seated at the edge of a Chalcedony bowl in a filigree that is supported between the horns of a stag's head. To dolphins spew water for Goodness Diana's bath

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Old December 12th, 2015, 08:26 PM   #5210
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The king's priorities were kinda messed up, IMO. I would build Moritzburg twice the size it is now with that money instead of having a golden toy set.
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Old December 13th, 2015, 12:06 AM   #5211
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Rulers certainly were bored even more back then, this wouldn't have happened with the internet!
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Old December 13th, 2015, 06:57 AM   #5212
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You wouldn't catch me on those steep roofs; just the thought of climbing the ladders while having to pay attention to attaching roof tiles gives me vertigo.

Fantastic photos, all of them. Clearly, much progress has been made in the past month. How I wish I was among the crowds of pedestrians walking and milling about in the photos - it would be so nice to live and work in Dresden and to be able to watch the construction every day. Thank you to everybody who posted these wonderful photos.
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Old December 13th, 2015, 07:32 AM   #5213
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its always interesting to visit this thread.
the video gives me an idea that this is a work in progress with a lot to go
since from the air you can still see a lot of empty lots
an this was your classic high density european city...

I like the contemporary interpretation of the old buildings

and agree with all of you of the horrific modern buildings compared to the beauty
of the the classic style buildings.
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Old December 13th, 2015, 04:27 PM   #5214
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You wouldn't catch me on those steep roofs; just the thought of climbing the ladders while having to pay attention to attaching roof tiles gives me vertigo.

Fantastic photos, all of them. Clearly, much progress has been made in the past month. How I wish I was among the crowds of pedestrians walking and milling about in the photos - it would be so nice to live and work in Dresden and to be able to watch the construction every day. Thank you to everybody who posted these wonderful photos.
When I was in Dresden in November, my hotel room looked directly out at the west side of Quartier VII. The men began work at 7A and climbed around the roof like ants. They seemed totally comfortable and carefree and the daily progress was quite noticeable. They took a break around the time I had my (second) chocolate croissant, and once I mentioned to them how wonderful it was to watch them work. One said "we are building history".
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When I was in Dresden in November, my hotel room looked directly out at the west side of Quartier VII. The men began work at 7A and climbed around the roof like ants. They seemed totally comfortable and carefree and the daily progress was quite noticeable. They took a break around the time I had my (second) chocolate croissant, and once I mentioned to them how wonderful it was to watch them work. One said "we are building history".
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I am excited to see the Dinglingerhaus taking shape! I also is nice to see some views of the innenstadt that never existed, and soon will cease to exist: photos taken from vantage points that were, and will soon be replaced by buildings.
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Old December 15th, 2015, 07:09 PM   #5216
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Reconstruction of the public hall at the "Herzogenin Garten", behind the famous zwinger will be starting soon. Here a picture.



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Reconstruction of the public hall at the "Herzogenin Garten", behind the famous zwinger will be starting soon. Here a picture.



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Very nice. That looks quite large. Will there be landscaped gardens around it as well?
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Dinglingers work. 1701 Finished 1708. Took seven! Years to complete.
The name: Royal Household of Delhi

This is marvelous.
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Old December 20th, 2015, 06:16 PM   #5219
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The project is financed private and the garden around will be created, too. The developer is going to put, to put, how do I put it nicely for You ladies and Gentleman? He is going to put modern condos close by.



2014

There is some original part still standing on this picture.

A filled in brook. Will get it's water back and divide garden from the condo project.




The developers service pavilion. Build out of glass brick!



pictures are 2014 from user bilderbuch
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Old December 20th, 2015, 06:22 PM   #5220
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Project name "Herzogin Garten"
November 2015








underground parking


Und this is the location. Two, three blocks behind the "Zwinger"

Thanks bilderbuch!
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