Sunday, 10 April 2011

Medieval Windmill XV -XIX Century


This looks just wonderfull. It´s made by Petra and Konrad Schulte  of  Fredericus-Rex and is made from Balsawood, Paper and Resin, using lasercutting .
It is listed as a Bockwindmuhle, in English a Post mill, which were first invented in the 11-12th centuries, an inovation which enabled "house" to be turned in order to point the sails into the wind.


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16 comments:

  1. It looks fantastic. Windmills are fun things, like lighthouses, and they're popular. GEM has one too, French I think.

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  2. It's really nice and a pretty good price too.

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  3. That really is just awesome!

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  4. Magnificent ''REAL'' terrain pieces!!
    Really exquisite!!!
    T.

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  5. This one is really great stuff. I love it!

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  6. Great link to cool stuff, thanks for posting!

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  7. lovely model I think I need one!

    cheers
    matt

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  8. This is an incredible piece of art work. Wow!


    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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