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Seduction through the Geometric, the Regular, the Symmetrical
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Credit: Michael Nguyen via Visura
Asset ID: VA74466
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Michael Nguyen, 2022
Collection: Art
Location: Germany, Austria, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Europe
Topics: Architecture Art Design Documentary Editorial Essays Fine Art Forms Geometries Geometry Journalism Lines Patterns Perspectives Photography Shapes Street

Michael Nguyen

@ Visura Visual Agency Based in Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Most of the time, Michael Nguyen focuses on small, ordinary things but through the subjective lens, he give them new perspectives, a new soul. “With my camera I capture little things that we often don't notice in everyday...
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Streetlight in a bridge underpass.
The Hague, The Netherlands
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Roof structure of The Hague Centraal station.
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Above the partial view of a wooden bicycle house, the modern facade of an office building.
Passau, Germany
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Entrance to an administrative building of the Kachlet power plant in Passau a dam operated by Uniper Kraftwerke GmbH with a double lock and hydroelectric power plant in the Danube.
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Partial view of an office building with some roof lanterns casting shadows in Munich's Moosach district.
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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The gallery tunnel of the Rainbow Passage under the NAI building, Het Nieuwe Instituut voor architectuur, design en e-cultuur, by Museum Park in Rotterdam, during the day.
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Rooftop of the Kurfürstenbad, a combined outdoor and indoor swimming pool of the city of Amberg.
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Rows of seats in the Olympiastadion Berlin.The stadium is part of the Olympic site and was built for 100,000 spectators for the Games of the XI Olympiad (1-16 August 1936).
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View of a modern office building complex.
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Roof detail of Olching town hall, built in the early 1970s. Architects Walter Ehm and Horst Brehmer.
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Streetlight at the Bundestag underground station in front of the Paul Löbe House, a functional building of the German Bundestag in Berlin's government district.
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Exterior facade of the Ecumenical Church Center in the Olympic Village in Munich with small round windows. 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.
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The MIRA Shopping Mall opened in 2008 in the Munich district Nordhaide. The West, North, and northern half of the Eastern facades, was made of colored lacquered metal panels which were placed on the walls to form prisms. In addition to the colored panels, the façade also contains panels made of polished aluminum, which reflect the sky and surrounding buildings. The façade construction was awarded with the “DGNB Gold Award for sustainable buildings" in 2009. The shopping centre was planned by Chapman Taylor. The responsible project architect there was Ruprecht Melder. Léon-Wohlhage-Wernik Architekten was responsible for the façade design.