The organisers of the Gartenschau Kaiserslautern have put at our disposal one of the former slaughterhouse halls, built in 1887 on the grounds adjacent to the now defunct western railway station. The allotted space, which is flooded with light, has a 250 m2 floor surface and is 6 metres high. It is an ideal setting for an exhibition.
The exhibition can most easily be reached via the Forellenstraße entrance to the Gartenschau. It is necessary to buy a ticket for the Gartenschau in order to enter the grounds; visiting Hermann Hussong, eine Ausstellung is otherwise free.
The exhibition is under the supervision of architecture students from the Fachhochschule Kaiserslautern, who will be happy to assist you with possible questions or further information. Postcards, brochures, t-shirts, etc. will be on sale. The exhibition is a non-profit event, and the proceeds from sales will be used to deflect the total costs incurred.
|Team Hussong - © 2001 Stand: 03.07.2001||translated by Christian Rassi and Jane Lomholt|