Berlin Wall Monuments
By November 9th, 2014, the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, The Outdoor Arts Foundation has plans to facilitate the installation of up to 25 commemorative monuments throughout North America. These monuments are meant to serve as a reminder of the cultural and geopolitical significance of the fall of the Berlin Wall and it's subsequent effect on the end of the Cold War.
Plans for the monuments were conceived by Brian Slator of MSP Architecture who went to great lengths to design them in such a way that they would mimic the exact method of installation used when they existed as part of the Wall in East Berlin. A granite stone will accompany each monument with a brass plaque denoting the dates that the Berlin Wall existed (August 13th 1961 – November 9th 1989).
The first of these monuments has already been successfully installed at the St. Petersburg Clay Company in St. Petersburg, FL and we have been working diligently to locate additional sites for future monuments.
Berlin Wall Monuments can be facilitated anywhere throughout North America with costs ranging from $50,000 to $375,000 depending on the location, landscaping and construction specifications for each site. Upon request, we can work with outside entities to facilitate Monuments anywhere on the planet.
For more information regarding the Berlin Wall Commemorative Monument project, please contact Outdoor Arts Foundation Executive Director, Jay Goulde at (727) 723-8620 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. To read the press release from the first installation at the St. Petersburg Clay Company, please click here