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Gehry Gebäude im Medienhafen Düsseldorf

sky reflected in a single shot rotation & duplication of Frank Gehry's Fisher Auditorium, Bard College, New York

Mediaharbour, Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

 

Architecture by Frank Gehry

Düsseldorf Medienhafen.

Museum of Pop Culture

Seattle, Washington

on tour with the best guy for this :

the_oli

 

"The Berlin branch of DZ Bank is one of the most interesting buildings of Frank O. Gehry. Some strict regulations apply to works built in the center of Berlin, which made it impossible to provide a sculptural envelope such as at the museum Guggenheim Bilbao.

Urban planning regulations of this location imposed from the beginning a facade organization on the basis of a window rhythm with specific conditions of strict classical composition, forcing the pace of vertical hollows and repetitive sizes, inspired by the traditional city. (...)

The interior spaces are changing the dynamics, organized around an inner courtyard that becomes covered in the conference room of the building.

The ‘traditional’ Gehry takes place, then, in the area of the entrance, as a curious solution to the notice of meeting and conference space for the building."

en.wikiarquitectura.com/building/dz-bank/

 

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Architecture by Frank Gehry

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Gehry Buildings. Düsseldorf, Germany.

(by Frank O. Gehry. completed in 1998)

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Spiegelnde Fassade v. Gehry-Bau im Düsseldorfer Medienhafen

The elegant and bewildering stainless steel proscenium (bandshell) of the outdoor Pritzker Pavilion in Millenium Park, Chicago. Designed by Frank Gehry and finished in 2004.

Frank Gehry's Walt Disney Concert Hall

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto

Architect: Frank Gehry

Frank Gehry Buildings

Medienhafen Dusseldorf

 

Tamron 10/24mm

Polariatiefilter

"Go with the flow..."

 

Note: second in a short series called "Form and Movement". (the first one here)

 

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Explore #493, April 16 (thnx Christine!)

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