An imaginary city, which unfolds itself around the castle as its center. A building that sends streets and alleys like sunrays, so that the view from above reveals a directional compass. This monumental symbolism, the historical circumstances and not least the surprisingly complex personality of Karl Wilhelm, are the main motif of the dream, a source of inspiration and inspiration for this work.
In a dream, the architecture is completely free from real laws that define it as a thing. It obeys neither time nor space. Rather, it is driven by its own spontaneous creativity, occasionally following a dramaturgy that is sometimes created under control, sometimes also completely out of control in the space and time in which we dream, and then disappears again.
In the dream the construction is not linear. Space and architecture are not specifically defined beyond time. The space is always constructed again and is only where the thought of it is. The architecture in the dream is never perfect. It is constructed where we just need it and has the form and function that makes sense to us at the moment.