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   Archäopark     The cave at the Vogelherd in Niederstotzingen is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site  "Caves and Ice Age Art in Swabian Jura" . In the 1930s archaeologist of the University Tübingen found small, but up to 40.000 year old animal sculptures made out of ivory. The new museum at the Vogelherd lets visitors explore life during the ice age through interactive, sensual stations: listing stations, video projections, iPhone app, walking tours and a performance stage.   Freelance project with Lutzenberger & Lutzenberger and Seitz Schiela Designstudio, 2013–2014  Photo Credits: Brigida González, Susanna und Bernhard Lutzenberger, Prof. Regine Keller BDLA, Franz Damm und Mattias Roser
       
     
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   Archäopark     The cave at the Vogelherd in Niederstotzingen is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site  "Caves and Ice Age Art in Swabian Jura" . In the 1930s archaeologist of the University Tübingen found small, but up to 40.000 year old animal sculptures made out of ivory. The new museum at the Vogelherd lets visitors explore life during the ice age through interactive, sensual stations: listing stations, video projections, iPhone app, walking tours and a performance stage.   Freelance project with Lutzenberger & Lutzenberger and Seitz Schiela Designstudio, 2013–2014  Photo Credits: Brigida González, Susanna und Bernhard Lutzenberger, Prof. Regine Keller BDLA, Franz Damm und Mattias Roser
       
     

Archäopark  The cave at the Vogelherd in Niederstotzingen is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Caves and Ice Age Art in Swabian Jura". In the 1930s archaeologist of the University Tübingen found small, but up to 40.000 year old animal sculptures made out of ivory. The new museum at the Vogelherd lets visitors explore life during the ice age through interactive, sensual stations: listing stations, video projections, iPhone app, walking tours and a performance stage. 

Freelance project with Lutzenberger & Lutzenberger and Seitz Schiela Designstudio, 2013–2014

Photo Credits: Brigida González, Susanna und Bernhard Lutzenberger, Prof. Regine Keller BDLA, Franz Damm und Mattias Roser

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