Long Live Diversity Exhibition by stories within architecture at Sielmann Nature Center, Herbigshagen Manor – Germany

August 30th, 2015 by retail design blog

The exhibition “Long Live Diversity“ at the Sielmann Nature Center Herbigshagen Manor takes visitors through the species-rich world of the “Green Belt” along the former inner German border. Unexpected shifts of perspective and witty storytelling help visitors appreciate the meaning of biodiversity, its relevance for our lives, and how it is influenced by our actions. Individual spaces designed for experiencing specific cycles, processes and phenomena of nature offer intriguing narratives around biodiversity and encourage visitors to see nature from new angles.


“stories within architecture” is a multidisciplinary, internationally operating office for architecture, scenography, and visual communication based in Berlin. Specializing in exhibition design, restaurant design, and brand architecture, we create individualized spatial experiences. We fashion contents into holistic messages and spaces into walk-in stories. Hence, our strengths include interior design, scenography, content development, visual communication, storytelling, and corporate design, along with the architect’s classic range of services.

Design: stories within architecture
Photography: Tobias Wille

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