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“The best thing about history  is the enthusiasm that it stirs up.” Johann Wolfgang Goethe

Visualisations by the Architecture Office Hummel


We thank our supporter and honorary member, Nobel-Prize winner Prof. Dr. Günter Blobel and the “Friends of Dresden” for sponsoring the visualisations by the architecture office Hummel.
1700
These visualisations show how Bach’s residence could have looked during his lifetime. Since up until now no historical, authentic portrayals have been found, they reflect typical buildings/residences of the period, as they can be found today very close by at Market Square. The half-timber corner house on the left is visualised after a historical portrayal. In addition, they show alternatives for optional building on the lot behind the former Bach residence (currently used as a parking lot), as might be appropriate and feasible according to our knowledge of the history of the site, as well as the remnants of the building that exist today (e.g. the firewalls of the adjacent buildings, etc.).
1900
These visualisations represent the last photographed appearance of the facade of Hotel “Zum Erbprinzen” dating from 1805, which existed almost unchanged until 1945. In addition, they show some alternatives for building on the lot behind the building (currently used as a parking lot), as might be appropriate and feasible according to our knowledge of the history of the site, as well as the remnants of the building that exist today (e.g. the firewalls of the adjacent buildings, etc.).