Via Publica | Fassendengestaltung | Kureck Wiesbaden

Nabo was honored in 1999 by the Corning Museum of Glass (USA) for his columns at the Via Publica in Wiesbaden. In three layers of glass, the artist illustrates old proverbs and folk wisdom, such as "birds whistling in the morning, bringing the cat in the evening".

Between colored symbols on the middle level are also small plates, covered with real gold leaf. The glass roof is reminiscent of petals that float lightly and filigree over the entrance of the Via Public. The former owner of the building, Signal-Iduna-Versicherung, commissioned Nabo to carry out the construction art to underline the special location of the ensemble-protected building in Wiesbadener Rue.

Via Publica | Fassendengestaltung | Kureck Wiesbaden

Via Publica | Fassendengestaltung | Kureck Wiesbaden