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Michael Nguyen

The Special in the Incidental
Visura Exclusive
Credit: Michael Nguyen via Visura
Asset ID: VA66289
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Michael Nguyen, 2022
Collection: art
Location: Germany
Topics: art 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
# 3630
7/2022
Exterior view of the museum building Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean with part of the old fortification. The Musée d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, or Mudam, is Luxembourg's museum of modern art. It is located on the grounds of Fort Thüngen (Dräi Eechelen) on the Kirchberg Plateau in Luxembourg City. The architect of the building, which opened on July 1, 2006, is Leoh Ming Pei. The museum bears the name of Grand Duke Jean, father of the current Grand Duke Henri.
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
# 3625
7/2022
The Philharmonie Luxembourg is a concert hall in the city of Luxembourg built from 2002 to 2005 in the district Kirchberg at the Place de l'Europe. The architect is Christian de Portzamparc. The white main building has the shape of an eye in plan. The steel and glass facade is visually dominated by 823 white columns 20 meters high and 30 centimeters in diameter.
Bamberg, Germany 
# 3579
7/2022
Dead climbing plants on a house facade.
Amberg, Germany 
# 3501
7/2022
The more than 100 meter long melting furnace hall made of concrete and glass of the glass factory in Amberg, an industrial building, the last building of the Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius. It is officially also called Glass Cathedral. It is the production facility of Kristall-Glasfabrik Amberg, a glass manufacturer in Amberg, Upper Palatinate. With the Amberg Glass Cathedral, Bauhaus architect Walter Gropius created one of the most important industrial buildings of the 1960s.
Neuss, Germany 
# 3475
5/2022
Glass building facade, right side illuminated floor entrances on each floor.
Cologne, Germany 
# 3468
5/2022
Next to a modern rounded glass facade of a department store, the walls of an old church.
Düsseldorf, Germany
# 3455
5/2022
An elderly couple stands in windy weather on the banks of the Rhine on a platform above the tile ceramic artwork Rivertime by Hermann-Josef Kuhna. 24.5.22
The Hague, The Netherlands 
# 3442
5/2022
Nationaal Archief for Dutch History: The rear glass façade of the Nationaal Archief at the Prins Willem-Alexanderhof in The Hague on 26 May 2022. Some of the windows with yellow panes are open.The archive is the place where Dutch history is preserved and maintained.
Berlin, Germany 
# 3407
4/2022
Exit of the Olympiastadion station in Berlin with a view of an suburban train sign, behind it a public toilet.
Berlin, Germany 
# 3408
5/2022
Numerous parked e-scooters in front of a house entrance at a pedestrian traffic light.
Berlin, Germany
# 3416
4/2022
Detail of the Oscar Niemeyer House in the Hansa Quarter in Berlin, designed by Oscar Niemeyer on the occasion of the first International Building Exhibition (IBA 1957).
Berlin, Germany 
# 3405
5/2022
View of the former Tempelhof Central Airport.
Berlin, Germany
# 3369
5/2022
A police car stands by an S-Bahn sign at Halensee station in Berlin.
Munich, Germany
# 3345
4/2022
Sculptures commemorate and document the Oktoberfest bomb attack on Munich's Theresienwiese. It was the scene of a right-wing radical bomb attack in 1980. In the background, the Ferris wheel of the Spring Festival 2022. Past and present meet.
Munich, Germany
# 3277
4/2022
View of the BMW Tower from the BMW Welt.
Munich, Germany
# 3274
4/2022
At the back entrance of the BMW Tower in Munich. Two people are sitting at a fountain basin. They are reflected in its water.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3129
3/2022
View of the container terminal Salzburg.
Munich (Nordhaide), Germany 
# 3107
3/2022
View of the forecourt of the MIRA shopping mall with subway entrance in Nordhaide Munich, a residential area in the north of Munich that belongs to the Milbertshofen-Am Hart district. The neighborhood was developed on an area of around 30 hectares. A total of over 2,500 apartments for 6,500 people have been built since 2003, including 545 places in a student housing complex.
Munich, Germany 
# 3266
4/2022
A red right-of-way sign on the white outer wall of a multi-storey car park.
Munich, Germany 
# 3265
4/2022
View of the noble white roof construction of the new Munich Volkstheater. In the foreground a mound of rubble from a construction site on which an empty beer bottle lies.
Munich, Germany 
# 3268
4/2022
After the long Corona restrictions, fairground exhibitors are beginning to set up their booths and rides for the Munich Spring Festival, which begins April 22, 2022, at Theresienwiese.
Dresden, Germany 
# 3212
3/2022
Tram tracks in front of the main station in Dresden.
Dresden, Germany 
# 3211
3/2022
A long yellow  tram of the Dresdner Public Transport drives in a slight curve across a square.
Leipzig, Germany
# 3199
3/2022
House wall of law faculty in Leipzig with three small windows.
Leipzig, Germany
# 3185
3/2022
Suburban train station Wilhelm-Leuschner-Platz in Leipzig. Designed by the Berlin office of Swiss architect Max Dudler, complete with glass block elements.
Gauting, Germany
# 2227
9/2021
A motorcyclist crosses a tunnel and passes two street lamps.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3137
3/2022
Access to the parking garage of the Europapark in Salzburg. In the background between two access levels the logo of the Spar supermarket.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3136
3/2022
Parked emergency vehicle of the Austrian police in front of the glass facade of the Europark in Salzburg.
Salzburg, Austria
# 3125
3/2022
Red metal structure of a parking garage.

Munich, Germany
# 3085
2020
A blue house wall with a window. A chain of lights with lighted bulbs hangs from two thin black metal rods.
Martinsried, Germany 
# 1623
2021
A large heavy black two-part sliding gate is open a crack. Both parts cast large shadows on the asphalt of the campus Martinsrie. Behind the gate is an office building with a green façade. Campus Martinsried is a campus of research institutions in the Martinsried district of the Upper Bavarian municipality of Planegg in the immediate vicinity of the Munich district of Großhadern. It houses the Biozentrum of the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU), the Innovations- und Gründerzentrum Biotechnologie (IZB), the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry and the Max Planck Institute for Neurobiology. The Großhadern Campus of the LMU Hospital is in the immediate vicinity.
Dresden/Germany
# 3221
3/2022
Night shot of the access from an underpass to platforms 1a and 2a of the main station in Dresden. In the foreground two parked bicycles.
Munich, Germany 
# 3263
4/2022
View through the glass windows of the Arnulfsteig Bridge, secured with thin metal struts, of the office building of the Google Development Centre Munich at the Donnersbergerbrücke.
Neu-Ulm, Germany 
# 2712
10/2021
A tree with autumn leaves at a small fenced construction site.