AEDES International Forum for Contemporary Architecture The Architecture Forum Aedes has become one of the most successful institutions The Aedes Architecture Forum is a world-renown independent institution and exhibition space for the international communication of contemporary architecture and urban design.
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Established in 1980 as the first private architecture gallery in Europe, the Aedes Architecture Forum has gained a large international partnership network, which feeds to an outstanding cultural platform for the global and public discourse of the built environment.

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Aedes bleibt geöffnet!– Ein Besuch des Aedes Architekturforums ist ab heute nur mit Anmeldung via aedes@baunetz.de oder ...
31/03/2021

Aedes bleibt geöffnet!
– Ein Besuch des Aedes Architekturforums ist ab heute nur mit Anmeldung via [email protected] oder 030 2827015 und unter Vorlage eines tagesaktuell bescheinigten, negativen Ergebnisses eines Corona-Antigen-Schnelltestes möglich. In allen Innenräumen der Galerie muss eine FFP2-Gesichtsmaske getragen werden.

Auf der Seite der Berliner Senatsverwaltung https://test-to-go.berlin/ finden Sie alle Angebote für die kostenlose Durchführung eines Schnelltests mit anschließender Bescheinigung über das Testergebnis.

ÖFFNUNGSZEITEN
Di-Fr 11-18.30 Uhr
So-Mo 13-17 Uhr
Karfreitag, Ostersonntag und Ostermontag 13-17 Uhr

Bild: Ausstellungsansicht „HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED“ © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk

#aedesberlin

The series of photographs “Skylines“ by HG Esch inherently captures the process of transformation of the temporal, histo...
26/03/2021

The series of photographs “Skylines“ by HG Esch inherently captures the process of transformation of the temporal, historical, and spatial change of the respective city.

EXHIBITION
HGEsch: House and Horizon – Transformations
20 March - 20 Mai 2021

OPENING HOURS
Tue-Fri 11am-6.30pm
Sun-Mon 1-5pm

To visit the exhibition, please make an appointment via email [email protected] or by phone 030 2827015

Picture: Exhibition view. © Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk

#aedesexhibition #livestreamopening #hansgeorgesch #heinrichheidersberger #booklaunches #aedesberlin #houseandhorizontransformations

Last Friday Aedes opened via Live Stream the exhibition ”HGEsch: House and Horizon – Transformations“.Thanks to all for ...
23/03/2021

Last Friday Aedes opened via Live Stream the exhibition ”HGEsch: House and Horizon – Transformations“.
Thanks to all for watching.

#aedesberlin #aedesevent #aedeslivestream #hgesch #houseandhorizontransformations HG Esch

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DaySWEET CITY VISIONUniting citizens, fauna and flora in a new type of urban deve...
22/03/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
SWEET CITY VISION
Uniting citizens, fauna and flora in a new type of urban development
Curridabat, Costa Rica

The multidimensional development strategy “Sweet City Vision“ unites citizens, fauna and flora in a new type of urbanity, based on wellbeing. It recognises biodiversity and ecosystemic services as the base for healthy and inclusive neighbourhoods, with the endemic flora and fauna receiving citizen status in the city.

Project by Municipalidad de Curridabat with A 01 (A Company / A Foundation), Curridabat, Costa Rica.

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #SweetCityVision #Curridabat #CostaRica

19/03/2021
Livestream: Opening | HGEsch: House and Horizon – Transformations

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HGEsch:
Haus und Horizont – Transformationen
LIVESTREAM: AUSSTELLUNGSERÖFFNUNG
19. März 2021, 18.30 Uhr

Das verbindende Element dieser ungewöhnlichen fotografischen Gegenüberstellung ist das Thema der Transformation, das der international renommierte Fotograf und Filmemacher Hans Georg Esch (HGEsch) am Beispiel von zwei unterschiedlichen Themenschwerpunkten darstellt: die Transformationen des ehemaligen Verwaltungsgebäudes des Leuchtenherstellers Osram in München von Walter Henn, dem ersten Großraum-Bürogebäude Europas und die Transformationen der Weltmetropolen, die sich in den großformatigen Panoramaansichten ablesen lassen. Die Geschichte des Osram-Gebäudes wurde 1965 von Heinrich Heidersberger in Schwarzweißbildern festgehalten und ab 2010 bis zum Abriss in 2018 von HGEsch. Beide Osram-Fotoserien dokumentieren in der Chronologie ihres Entstehens ein Stück Zeitgeschichte, während in den Großpanoramen der zeitliche, geschichtliche wie räumliche Wandel der abgebildeten Stadt in einem einzigen Motiv lesbar wird.
ES SPRECHEN (de)
- Dr. h.c. Kristin Feireiss, Aedes, Berlin
- Prof. Dr. Gunter Henn, Architekt, München
- Prof. Dr. Rolf Sachsse, Autor und Fotograf, Bonn
- HGEsch, Architekturfotograf und Autor, Hennef
AUSSTELLUNG
20. März - 13. Mai 2021
Der Besuch der Ausstellung ist nach vorheriger Anmeldung per Telefon 030 282 7015 oder via email [email protected] möglich. Der Eintritt ist frei.
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HGEsch:
House and Horizon – Transformations
LIVESTREAM: EXHIBITION OPENING
19 March 2021, 6.30pm
Throughout this exceptional photographic juxtaposition, presented by the internationally-renowned photographer and filmmaker Hans-Georg Esch (HGEsch), the exploration of transformation takes shape, based on two reoccurring themes in his artistic work. The transformations of the former administration building of the light bulb manufacturer Osram in Munich, the first open-plan office building in Europe, designed by Walter Henn and the transformations of global metropolises, presented in large-format panorama views. The history of the Osram building was captured first through black and white images in 1965 by Heinrich Heidersberger. HGEsch’s photo documentations began in 2010 until its demolition in 2018. With his city panoramas Esch inherently captures the process of transformation of the temporal, historical, and spatial change of the respective city in one motif.
OPENING REMARKS (in German)
- Dr. h.c. Kristin Feireiss, Aedes, Berlin
- Prof. Dr. Gunter Henn, Architect, Munich
- Prof. Dr. Rolf Sachsse, Autor und Photographer, Bonn
- HGEsch, Architecture Photographer und Author, Hennef
EXHIBITION
20 March - 13 May 2021
Please reserve your visit to view the exhibition in advance over the phone 030 282 7015 or email [email protected]. As always, free entrance.
SPONSOREN/SPONSORS
- WhiteWall
#architecture #berlin #exhibition #opening #livestream #aedesexhibition #aedesopening #aedesevent #aedesandfriends #aedesberlin #HGESCH #HouseandHorizon

#AusstellungsaufbauLivestream: Opening | HGEsch: House and Horizon – TransformationsMorgen, 19. März 2021, 18.30 UhrAUSS...
18/03/2021

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Livestream: Opening | HGEsch: House and Horizon – Transformations
Morgen, 19. März 2021, 18.30 Uhr

AUSSTELLUNG
20. März - 20. Mai 2021
– Bitte vereinbaren Sie einen Besuchstermin via [email protected] oder 030 2827015

#aedesexhibition #livestreamopening #hansgeorgesch #heinrichheidersberger #booklaunches #aedesberlin #HouseAndHorizon #Transformations HG Esch

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayBRAINPORT SMART DISTRICTA holistic living laboratory for a sustainable, circul...
17/03/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
BRAINPORT SMART DISTRICT
A holistic living laboratory for a sustainable, circular and socially cohesive neighbourhood
Helmond, Netherlands

“Brainport Smart District“ (BSD) is a development of 1,500 new homes and 12 hectares of business premises, characterised by the application of the latest knowledge to achieve a sustainable, circular and socially cohesive neighbourhood that enjoys joint energy generation, food production, water management, digital data management and revolutionary transport systems.

Project by UNStudio / UNSense, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #Brainportsmartdistrict #holisticliving

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayDESIGN FOR AGEING GRACEFULLYNew public service concepts and design guidelines ...
15/03/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
DESIGN FOR AGEING GRACEFULLY
New public service concepts and design guidelines for a retirement community
Singapore

“Design for Ageing Gracefully“ is a strategy that combines mixed-use and community-focused public service concepts with design guidelines for Singapore's first integrated retirement community Kampung Admiralty, designed by WOHA Architects.

Project by Experientia, Singapore, Turin, Basel.

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #ageinggracefully #Singapore

💫 AEDES IS OPEN AGAIN!Current exhibition:#HumanScaleRemeasured New spatial requirements, societal demands and economic v...
11/03/2021

💫 AEDES IS OPEN AGAIN!

Current exhibition:
#HumanScaleRemeasured
New spatial requirements, societal demands and economic values in architecture
– curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

Opening Hours:
Tue-Fri 11am-6.30pm
Sun-Mon 1-5pm

To visit the exhibition, please make an appointment via email [email protected] or by phone 030 2827015

Sponsors:
Hauptstadtkulturfonds, ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius, Österreichisches Kulturforum Berlin, Henrik Frode Obel Foundation

Photo: Erik-Jan Ouwerkerk

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayEMPOWER SHACKA new model for informal settlement upgradingKhayelitsha, South A...
03/03/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
EMPOWER SHACK
A new model for informal settlement upgrading
Khayelitsha, South Africa

The Empower Shack housing project aims to reshape informal settlement upgrading by offering a fair distribution of public space, delivery of basic services and an urbanisation scheme targeting new economic and social possibilities.

Project by Arch. Alfredo Brillembourg / Urban-Think Tank Design Partners, New York, USA
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HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #empowershack #housing #informalsettlement #upgrading

🙏 Dank an NXT A über den Hinweis auf die Ausstellung #HumanScaleRemeasured – Neue Maßstäbe für eine Architektur des räum...
02/03/2021
Neue Maßstäbe für die Architektur – NXT A

🙏 Dank an NXT A über den Hinweis auf die Ausstellung #HumanScaleRemeasured – Neue Maßstäbe für eine Architektur des räumlichen, wirtschaftlichen und ökologischen Zusammenlebens.

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #adesinthepress #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition

Die Ausstellung „Human Scale Remeasured“ im Aedes Architekturforum in Berlin zeigt bis zum 13. Mai 2021 gebaute Projekte sowie Visionen für einen stärkeren sozioökonomischen Zusammenhalt

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayONE HOUR LOOPA new pedestrian networkNingbo, ChinaThe “One Hour Loop“ project ...
01/03/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
ONE HOUR LOOP
A new pedestrian network
Ningbo, China

The “One Hour Loop“ project is a proposal for a new pedestrian network, connecting existing and future public spaces around Ningbo’s inner city waterfront.

Project by INCLS (One Design), Shanghai, China.

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #onehourloop #Ningbo

26/02/2021
CARBS – Concrete Kinetics: Phase III SPLIT

CARBS is presented as a digital forum consisting of a series of three online events including intro-ductions and demonstrations from Matter Design and Cemex and discussions at ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory in Berlin:
INTRODUCTION
- Davide Zampini, Head of Cemex Global R&D and IP Management, Switzerland
- Brandon Clifford, Director and Co-founder of Matter Design, Boston
PARTICIPANTS
- Gabriele Brandstetter, Professor of Theatre and Dance Studies at Freie Universität Berlin and Director of the International Research Centre “Interweaving Performance Cultures”, Berlin
- Rasa Weber, Designer and Co-founder of They Feed Off Buildings, a design and architecture collective from Berlin
Moderated by Kaye Geipel, Architecture Critic, Bauwelt, Berlin
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We would like to thank the Aedes cooperation partners:
Zumtobel, CEMEX, CAMERICH, Carpet Concept

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayBURIAL BELTRethinking logistics, experience and environmental impact of burial...
24/02/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
BURIAL BELT
Rethinking logistics, experience and environmental impact of burial
Sydney, Australia

Burial Belt is a proposal that rethinks the logistics, experience and environmental impact of burial. Responding to dwindling reserves of urban cemetery space and widespread deforestation, the project envisions the gradual acquisition and transformation of grazing land on the city fringe.

Project by Other Architects, Sydney, Australia.

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #burial #burialbelt #CityFringe #sydney

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayHYPERCITY 2130A visionary concept for urban growth corridorsHighway A24 Hambur...
22/02/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
HYPERCITY 2130
A visionary concept for urban growth corridors
Highway A24 Hamburg-Berlin, Germany

The project is an urban model that can be considered an attachment to existing mobility infrastructures. The hypothesis describes a futuristic urban agglomeration stretching along the A24 Hamburg-Berlin highway.

Project by IMKE WOELK + partners, Berlin, Germany.

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #mobility #hypercity #urbangrowth

22/02/2021
CARBS – Concrete Kinetics: Phase III SPLIT

We are delighted to welcome you to the final Phase of our digital forum 'CARBS – Concrete Kinetics':

Phase III
SPLIT
Date: Friday, 26 February 2021, 6pm (CET)
Language: English
Live-Stream: https://www.facebook.com/events/237282608016255

INTRODUCTION
- Davide Zampini, Head of CEMEX Global R&D and IP Management, Switzerland
- Brandon Clifford, Director and Co-founder of Matter Design, Boston

PARTICIPANTS
- Gabriele Brandstetter, Professor of Theatre and Dance Studies at Freie Universität Berlin and Director of the International Research Center "Interweaving Performance Cultures", Berlin
- Rasa Weber, Designer and Co-founder of They Feed Off Buildings, a design and architecture collective from Berlin

Moderated by Kaye Geipel, Architecture Critic, Bauwelt, Berlin

#cemex #matterdesign #concretekinetics #aedesberlin #digitalforum #livestream #splitperformance #splitdiscussion

Zumtobel Group Award – Innovations for Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment 2021Curated by AEDES Archite...
19/02/2021

Zumtobel Group Award – Innovations for Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment 2021

Curated by AEDES Architecture Forum Berlin

Submission Deadline extended until 15 May 2021.

The Zumtobel Group Award honours:
- Outstanding and innovative architectural and engineering performances in sustainable solutions
- Pioneering social and humanitarian initiatives and research projects in the built environment that make a notable contribution to a liveable, sustainable and equitable future.

More info: https://z.lighting/en/group/company/zumtobel-group-award/
Access to the submissions form:
https://zumtobel-group-award.submit.to/register/zumtobel-group-award

The Zumtobel Group Award carries a total purse of EUR 120,000. The prizes are presented by the three brands of the international lighting group: Zumtobel, Thorn and Tridonic.

The two categories of the award are:
- Buildings
- Urban Developments & Initiatives
- plus the Special Prize for Innovations, selected from the submissions in the two categories.

#aedesberlin #zumtobel #architectureawards #thorn #tridonic

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayTHE FUTURE ROADS OF GRAND PARISTransforming motorways into multi-use public co...
17/02/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
THE FUTURE ROADS OF GRAND PARIS
Transforming motorways into multi-use public corridors
Paris, France

The study “The Future Roads of Grand Paris“ explores how motorways can be transformed into a network of linear, multifunctional parks that complete and expand the existing public transport systems through multi-use armatures that privilege shared transport systems, walking and cycling.

Project by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, London, United Kingdom.

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #mobility #roadsofparis

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayCAREHAUSAn intergenerational care-based co-housing projectBaltimore, USACareha...
16/02/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
CAREHAUS
An intergenerational care-based co-housing project
Baltimore, USA

Carehaus is an innovative, intergenerational care-based co-housing project, where caregivers, older and disabled people have independent living units clustered around shared spaces allowing them to enjoy the benefits of co-living.

Project by Rafi Segal A+U, Boston, USA and Marisa Jahn, Artist, New York, USA.

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #carehaus

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the DayCITY OF THE FUTUREA new connected framework for developing citiesUtrecht, Neth...
12/02/2021

#HumanScaleRemeasured - Project of the Day
CITY OF THE FUTURE
A new connected framework for developing cities
Utrecht, Netherlands

The “City of the Future“ research project introduces a new vocabulary and conceptual frame-work for developing cities in a future, where everything is connected to everything – people as well as things.

Project by Team Stadsvrijheid (SVP Architectuur en Stedenbouw, OKRA landschapsarchitecten, CROSS Architecture, Advier, The Future Institute, INFO, BPD Gebiedsontwikkeling, The Missing Link B.V.).

HUMAN SCALE REMEASURED
– Exhibition, curated by ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory
16 January - 13 May 2021

#aedesberlin #aedesexhibition #ancb #aedesmetrolab #architecture #architectureexhibition #cityofthefuture

12/02/2021
CARBS – Concrete Kinetics: Phase II ASSEMBLE

CARBS is presented as a digital forum consisting of a series of three online events including intro-ductions and demonstrations from Matter Design and Cemex and discussions at ANCB The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory in Berlin:
INTRODUCTION
- Davide Zampini, Head of Cemex Global R&D and IP Management, Switzerland
- Brandon Clifford, Director and Co-founder of Matter Design, Boston
PARTICIPANTS
- Matthias Wemhoff, Archaeologist and Director at the Museum of Prehistory and Early History at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
- Werner Frosch, Partner and Managing Director of Henning Larsen Architects, Munich
Moderated by Elke Buhr, Chief Editor of Monopol, Berlin
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We would like to thank the Aedes cooperation partners:
Zumtobel, CEMEX, CAMERICH, Carpet Concept

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The Architecture Forum Aedes has become one of the most successful institutions internationally for communicating architectural culture, urban design and similar topics. Aedes strives to focus public attention on the cultures of building and architecture and to present and convey architectural visions, sustainable urban concepts, urban planning and landscape architecture. In more than 350 exhibitions and catalogues in the typical Aedes format, renowned architects and current Pritzker-Award winners such as Zaha Hadid, Thom Mayne, Daniel Libeskind, Frank Gehry or Rem Koolhaas presented their work long before acquiring world fame. In addition to 10 to 16 exhibitions per year, the dialog with outside experts and an interested public is supported by simultaneous symposia, series of lectures and discussions. Aedes was founded in 1980 by Kristin Feireiss and Helga Retzer († 1984) in Berlin-Charlottenburg as the first private architecture gallery in Europe. In memoriam Kongresshalle Berlin was the title of the opening exhibition, which became a groundbreaking success. As one of its kind Aedes served as a prototypical model for many architecture-museums and similar institutions established later. In 1985 the architecture forum Aedes West moved to the S-Bahn vaults at Savignyplatz. In 1995, under the name of Aedes East, another branch was opened in Hackesche Höfe in Berlin-Mitte by Kristin Feireiss together with her partner Hans-Jürgen Commerell. In June 2006 Aedes moved to Pfefferberg, the grounds of a former brewery in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg.

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NATURE IS THE ARCHITECT The paramount factor probing related to natural calamities is very vital. Environment care tops the list. Earthquakes, hurricanes, wind storms, tsunami, fire are major crisis players. Objects in the cosmos possess gravitation within and specific range in varying degrees. Anti gravitation runs simultaneously. Gravitation and anti-gravitation with harmony waves are members of the universal family. Gravitation helps to allow living on the earth and not letting off anything for safety. Anti-gravitation bursts in earthquakes, volcanoes and so on causing immense damage to life and matter. Here the gravitation can be pumped in to deposit waste to enter in such sensitive crisis zones. It would be either incinerated or merged inside the earth. Precious minerals are extracted from matter and waste disposal in such crisis zones would enter without exit like space black holes operation to absorb wear and tear, resulting out of ageing of objects. May be the waste disposal with fission and recycling would result in additional precious minerals besides other threads to harness electricity, water and natural care factors. Anti-gravitation is as important as gravitation. Light from the sun defies the source to reach the earth. Apparently the sunrays have powerful anti-gravitation property to spring out and travel fast. They further derive gravitation pull benefit in travel to reach the earth. Gravitation adds additional speed to light which needs to be deducted to arrive at the net velocity of light. Velocity of light elsewhere from other sun like objects to arrive at different objects would be dependent upon the concerned travel distance minus gravitation speed benefit. The light is to be analyzed to locate anti-gravitation atomic sub particles for application into commercial angle to reduce gravitation impact for surface, water and air travel with minimum energy inputs. Another interesting element in this context is that aged persons would be able to move with the least efforts. Without the sun, the earth would cool to minus 100 degrees. It provides energy and light which is the result of electromagnetic radiation. The sun is the largest object in the solar system with the diameter of 1,390,000 km. The sun is composed of hydrogen and helium. Electricity generation can be also on natural footing. Satellites can be positioned at convenient points in space to get reflected light from the sun as derived by the moon to land on the earth. Such a step would be delightful spreading cooling effect and reduce burden on street lighting and other areas in nights without interruption. Here satellites can be replaced after ageing and also added depending upon requirements. Light is life in development of seasons. Friction of light with matter generates useful energy on a perennial run in the universe. Happenings like cloud bursting, lightening etc. contain atomic sub particles which can benefit the life on the earth in bringing favourable seasons besides solving scarcity of essential needs. To reduce infrastructure- burden and also maintain clean environment, anti-gravitation inputs from sunrays could also benefit. The nature renders all the help of life requirements in addition to clues hidden to combat natural crisis situations. The understanding 2 Of gravitation and anti-gravitation atomic sub particles is the prime need. The nature is the architect of Universal Empire and rides the bicycle with two wheels powered by gravitation and anti-gravitation atomic sub particles strength with balanced move. Balancing is by harmonious waves arriving at objects which move beyond gravitation range in space. Keeping the environment clean by pulling the gravitation power would carry beneficial effect. Just like bicycle brakes for avoiding problems, to prevent natural crisis situations, a combination capsule of gravitation and anti-gravitation and harmony atomic sub particles- waves in the controlled fashion would present a wonderful and healthy scenario. Nature is the light house, housing infinite stars, planets and galaxies with a wide canvas of space umbrella constantly reflecting its splendor within with wide open secrets to understand. For this excellent safety and balancing operations, environment care is utmost. The more the environment is kept clean and pollution free on continual basis, reflection of the resources will be healthy particularly water, air, food in particular and other life needs in general. The Theory of Relativity need not confine to only prevalent earth conditions for discoveries and knowing the universe but to capture the relativity of the earth with at least major common features controlling the harmonious operations of the universe in totality. This angle would pave ways for searching space objects and living elsewhere. There may be different modes of living and nonliving too which knowledge would be useful for medical and other healthy factors. The study in the nutshell is to be focused on common threads of the universal harmonious path. The equilibrium and equivalence modes are the keys in the space. Interestingly the universe has come into existence carrying infinite life with its own cradle in which all that exists is safely accommodated. This process of universal phenomenon is so enormous and must be out of series of recycling features of the atomic sub particles and may not be the result of a big bang alone. H V Navangul Age 82