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Client: European Parliament
Designer: -
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Realization: 23-11-2021
Disciplines: Showcases
Work fields: Museum
Themes: Icon History

We installed outdoor showcases for two original segments of the Berlin Wall in Brussels. 

The fall of the Berlin Wall was an emblematic moment in European history. A moment that marks the end of an era of division of the continent. After its fall, segments of the wall have been installed in various parts of the world, symbolising the importance of unity over division. In 2021, these two pieces were relocated to their current place as part of a project to protect them.

Bruns was responsible for the entire project from engineering to producing and the realisation on site. The biggest challenge in this case was obtaining permits to work, unload and block the area of operation. Good communication with all the involved parties has made it possible.

Photo: European Parliament

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