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Michael Nguyen

Calmness in Sight
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Credit: Michael Nguyen via Visura
Asset ID: VA66277
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Copyright: © Michael Nguyen, 2022
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Location: Germany
Topics: Austria Corona Covid Documentary Editorial Essays Germany Italy Journalism Pandemics People Photography Photojournalism Street Urban
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Mainz, Germany
# 3644
8/2022
The Rheingoldhalle in Mainz, a conference and event venue was realized from 1965 to 1968 on the Halleplatz on the banks of the Rhine near the Theodor Heuss Bridge by the Mainz architect Heinz Laubach.
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
# 3648
7/2022
The Centre National Sportif et Culturel (d'Coque) is the largest sports center in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. It is located on the Kirchberg plateau of Luxembourg's capital. The Coque takes its name from the shape of its hall construction, which is reminiscent of a scallop shell.
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
# 3642
7/2022
Close-up, Detail of the Palace of the Court of Justice in the European Quarter (Luxembourg). The European Court of Justice (ECJ), based in Luxembourg, is the supreme judicial body of the European Union (EU). Altogether, the buildings of the ECJ on the Kirchberg Plateau form a gold and black high-rise triple, housing the administration for the judges of the EU Court. The choice of color is symbolic: gold like the precious metal, black like coal - it is meant to refer to the first form of the EU confederation of states as the Coal and Steel Union. Architect: Dominique Perrault Architecture, Paris/F with Paczowski & Fritsch, Luxembourg and m3 Architectes, London/GB.
Simbach am Inn, Germany 
# 2277
10/2021
Different facades of houses in a small town.
Nördlingen, Germany
# 3543
7/2022
Empty bus station in front of a parking garage.
Gauting, Germany
# 3539
7/2022
Small square frosted glass panes on the exterior facade of a house glow in the early evening light.
Amberg, Germany
# 3508
7/2022
Roof construction of the Kurfürstenbad, a combined outdoor and indoor swimming pool of the city of Amberg. By the Nuremberg architects Kullmann and Wörrlei.
Rotterdam, The Netherlands 
# 3474
5/2022
Parts of the Erasmusbrug and De Rotterdam, a high-rise building in the Wilhelminapier district of Rotterdam, designed by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in 1998. It houses offices, a hotel and flats. It has 44 floors.
Cologne, Germany
# 3469
5/2022
Modern car park construction.

Cologne, Germany
# 3470
5/2022
Near the former Gerling site in Cologne city centre.

Düsseldorf, Germany 
# 3459
5/2022
Architecture in Düsseldorf's Media Harbor. On the right, the colorful facade of the 16-story INSIDE Hotel in Speditionstrasse. 23.5.22
Munich, Germany 
# 3434
5/2022
Cross on the roof of the Ecumenical Church Center (Catholic and Protestant) in the Olympic Village in Munich. International church services were held here during the 1972 Olympic Games. The center was realized by the Munich architects Christ and Karg.
Munich, Germany 
# 3433
5/2022
High-rise building with apartments in the Olympic Village Munich.The Olympic Village in Munich was built on the occasion of the XX Summer Olympic Games in 1972 to accommodate athletes and journalists. It was designed by the architectural firm Heinle, Wischer and Partners.
Munich, Germany 
# 3432
5/2022
View of the BMW Tower from the Olympiazentrum subway station.
Munich, Germany 
# 3439
5/2022
Ceiling of the pedestrian level of the Ecumenical Church Centre in the Olympic Village in Munich that surrounds the building.
Munich, Germany 
# 3438
5/2022
Exterior facade of the Ecumenical Church Center in the Olympic Village in Munich with a small round window. The building is surrounded by a pedestrian level. During the 1972 Olympic Games, international church services were held here in 14 languages. The center was realized by the Munich architects Christ and Karg. It houses the Catholic and Protestant church rooms under one roof.
Berlin, Germany 
# 3397
4/2022
View through glass panes of the exterior facade into the interior with two ceiling lamps of the Futurium Berlin.
Leipzig, Germany 
# 3435
3/2022
View of the roofs of the University of Leipzig
Berlin, Germany
# 3393
5/2022
Berlin Tempelhof Airport was one of the first airports in Berlin, Germany. The airport closed in 2008. An enormous reconstruction took place in the mid-1930s, after it had been built in 1927.
Berlin, Germany
# 3406
4/2022
Interior view with rows of seats in the Olympiastadion Berlin: the stadium is part of the Olympic site and was built for the games of the XI Olympiad (August 1-16, 1936) for 100,000 spectators.
Berlin, Germany
# 3362
5/2022
A typical street lamp shining at night in Berlin's government district.
Berlin, Germany 
# 3390
5/2022
Roof detail of a building in the government district at night.
Berlin, Germany
# 3370
5/2022
View of houses on an industrial site in the Berlin district of Neukölln.
Berlin, Germany
# 3418
4/2022
Interior view of a hall.
Berlin, Germany 
# 3392
5/2022
Night-time close-up of the Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Steg, a Spree crossing footbridge between the new parliament buildings Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus and Paul-Löbe-Haus in Berlin's government district.
Berlin, Germany
# 3359
4/2022
Detail of the grandstand roof of the Olympic Stadium in Berlin, which was awarded the German Steel Construction Prize in 2004. Sport, monument and German history were transformed into a coherent overall concept by gmp - von Gerkan, Marg und Partner Architekten, Berlin.
Berlin, Germany
# 3356
4/2022
Close-up of the Futurium, an exhibition building on Alexanderufer in the Mitte district of Berlin.

Dresden, Germany
# 3195
3/2022
Outdoor lamp at a modern building.
Munich , Germany 
# 3283
4/2022
Side view (detail) of the BMW Museum, the company-owned automobile museum of the automobile manufacturer BMW. Also known as the Salad Bowl or the White Sausage Cauldron, the silver-futuristic building was designed by the architect of the BMW skyscraper, Viennese Professor Karl Schwanzer.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3126
3/2022
A blue metal railing leads to a white flat roof on which red shapes can be seen.
Munich , Germany 
# 3272
4/2022
A street lamp rises up in front of a wall of an industrial complex.
Leipzig, Germany
# 3203
3/2022
The Leipzig City Archives on the Old Exhibition Grounds in the converted former Soviet exhibition pavilion. Above the building still the Soviet star; it is a listed building. The City Archive documents the history of Leipzig with evidence since the Middle Ages.
Munich, Germany
# 3420
4/2022
View of a metal staircase at the BMW Museum in Munich.
Wasserburg/Inn, Germany
# 67
2/2021
A small tree in front of the red wall of a garage.
Munich , Germany 
# 3278
4/2022
BMW Welt facade detail.
Aschaffenburg, Germany 
# 2523
10/2021
Entry to a parking garage.
Munich , Germany 
# 3247
4/2022
A thin pipe covered with white paint on a white house wall.
Munich, Germany 
# 3248
Bench in the Multicultural Youth Center in Munich Westend.
Dresden, Germany
# 3239
3/2022
View of a wall of the University of Leipzig made of marble slabs in different sizes and shades. Two windows are placed one above the other and provided with bluish privacy screens.
Dresden, Germany
# 3413
3/2022
View of Prager Zeile, a residential and commercial building at St. Petersburger Straße 26-32 in Dresden. At 240 meters long and twelve stories high, the Scheibenhochhaus is considered one of the longest residential buildings in Germany and was "the largest residential building constructed in the GDR" at the time of its construction. It was built according to Le Corbusier's model of the Unité d'Habitation. It is an example of GDR post-war modernism. For the redevelopment of Prager Zeile, the architects Knerer+Lang from Dresden received the architecture prize Zukunft Wohnen 2009 in the category Wohnen im Bestand.
Dresden, Germany
# 3230
3/2022
Prager Straße: In front parts of the dandelion fountain, 1969 by Leoni Wirth. In the background, the largest residential building erected in the GDR (Scheibenhochhaus). It was built according to Le Corbusier's model of the Unité d'Habitation.
Aschaffenburg, Germany
# 2495
11/2021
Factory building at the port of Aschaffenburg.
Dresden/Germany
# 3226
3/2022
View of the upper part of a house wall of an office building.
Lindau, Bodensee
# 2423
10/2021
A red section of a construction crane is hoisted upwards.
Leipzig/Germany
# 3219
3/2022
View of part of the pedestrian bridge at Löhrs Carré, an office complex in Leipzig whose main users are two banks. A two-tiered pedestrian bridge with multicolored glazing and blue-green vase-like ceramic supports, a work by American artist Siah Armajani (1939-2020), runs across Humboldtstrasse.
Leipzig, Germany
# 3215
3/2022
View of the Hotel Westin Leipzig from the column garden of the Sächsische Aufbaubank - Förderbank, (SAB).
Leipzig, Germany
# 3206
3/2022
View of the steeple of the St. Alexi Memorial Church of Russian Glory. Designed by architect Vladimir Alexandrovich Pokrovsky.
Leipzig, Germany
# 3482
3/2022
Roof view of the annex of 2011 of the German National Library Leipzig.
Munich, Germany
# 1991
8/2021
View from the Lenbachhaus Museum to the Propylaea at Königsplatz with Ferris wheel of a folk festival.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3138
3/2022
Part of a red metal construction of the multi-storey car park in Europark Salzburg, designed by Italian architect Massimiliano Fuksas.
Munich, Germany
# 3182
3/2022
The Glyptothek is a museum on the Königsplatz in Munich, commissioned by the Bavarian King Ludwig I to house his collection of Greek and Roman sculptures. It was designed by Leo von Klenze in neoclassical style and built from 1816 to 1830.
Munich, Germany 
# 3154
3/2022
Light play in an indoor space.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3132
3/2022
View of a building of Europark, a shopping mall in the Austrian city of Salzburg in the Taxham district.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3115
3/2022
A brightly shining neon lamp in a stairwell.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3121
3/2022
Industrial outdoor lamp with two spotlights in front of a yellow wall.
Augsburg, Germany 
# 2044
2021
A grey industrial building with a semi-circular roof and metal pillars.
Rosenheim, Germany
# L5921
2021
View of a residential building with balconies. On the top balcony an open parasol, on the right in the picture the top of a church tower.
Rosenheim, Germany
# 2160
2021
Summertime
Martinsried, Germany
# 2200
2021
A large heavy black sliding gate is open a crack. The view falls into an inner courtyard. A lamp on the wall casts a small shadow.
Munich, Germany 
# 3398
2020
Westfriedhof underground station in Munich. Lichtdesigns (design: Ingo Maurer) The light comes from eleven lamps, each 3.80 metres in diameter, with luminaires in the colours blue, red and yellow. Sunlight falls in at the western end. This divides the platform into different colours.
Ingolstadt, Germany
# 2494
10/2021
Entrance door and wall of a club painted in red color.
Munich, Germany 
# 2969
1/2022
A large white wall on the left a metal staircase leading up to a door in the sunlight.
Leipzig, Germany
# 3200
3/2022
The BioCube in Bio City Leipzig, a state-of-the-art office and laboratory building was inaugurated in 2013. A technology and start-up center in the field of biotechnology.The architecture firm Spengler-Wiescholek designed a striking four-story structure with an anodized aluminum façade clad in red tones. Graffiti from a house opposite is reflected in the windows.
Olching, Germany 
# 3293
4/2022
Roof detail of Olching town hall, built in the early 1970s. Architects Walter Ehm and Horst Brehmer.