Sustainable and modular construction with Mila-wall from MBA
More than 200 guests followed the invitation of MBA to Stuttgart for an unusual trip to five metropolises, in one evening, in one city. The visitors - mainly designers and creative people - experienced in the atmospheric Phoenixhalle of the Römerkastell how Atelier Brückner, Atelier Markgraph, Holzer Kobler Architekturen, BrandRetail Company Liganova and the designers of Tamschick Media+Space staged the cities of Budapest, Istanbul, Copenhagen, London, and Paris as walk-in and multimedia installations. The successful evening finally turned the "city whisper" into a "city talk".
The evening was an impressive demonstration of the design possibilities of a modular wall system: every city has its own flair, its own language, its own colouring - its very special something, its "city whisper". Each city consists of the same building modules: buildings, streets, squares, green spaces. And yet all cities are also unique - shaped by their history, culture, inhabitants and atmosphere. Up to 80 percent of the "building genes" of the installations were the same, and yet each installation was unique.
The basic component of all installations was the mila-wall, which was used in various shapes and sizes, with different surfaces but also with integrated sound modules or interactive elements. These modules were supplemented by a few special components, most of which were also manufactured in MBA's workshops in Reutlingen.