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The Beauty of the Art of Architecture
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Credit: Michael Nguyen via Visura
Asset ID: VA75403
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Michael Nguyen, 2022
Collection: Art
Location: Germany, Austria, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Europe
Topics: Architecture Art Documentary Journalism Photography Spotlight

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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Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
# 3627
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.
Düsseldorf, Germany 
# 3457
The Neue Zollhof is an ensemble of buildings in Düsseldorf's Media Harbor. The buildings are named after their creator, the Canadian-US architect and designer, Frank Owen Gehry, also known as the Gehry Buildings. The image shows House A which is completely clinkered.
Berlin, Germany
# 3388
The so-called Bierpinsel is a 47-meter-high building in the futuristic pop architecture of the 1970s in the Steglitz district of Berlin. (Close up dome). The building was constructed between 1972 and 1976 according to plans by architects Ralf Schüler and Ursulina Schüler-Witte. The building was Filming location of the Netflix series “Dogs of Berlin”.
The Hague, The Netherlands
# 3449
Detail of the colourful metal entrance gates to the Dutch Ministry of Finance at Korte Voorhout 7
Leipzig, Germany 
# 3187
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.
Berlin, Germany 
# 3367
View through a glass pane into a staircase of the Oscar-Niemeyer-Haus in the Hansaviertel district of Berlin. The high-rise building designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer at Altonaer Straße 4-14 on the occasion of the first International Building Exhibition (IBA 1957).
Düsseldorf, Germany 
# 3458
The Neue Zollhof is an ensemble of buildings in Düsseldorf's Media Harbor. The buildings are named after their creator, the Canadian-US architect and designer, Frank Owen Gehry, also known as the Gehry Buildings. The image shows House C which is white plastered and has a nested building volume with large-format curves.
Munich, Germany
# 3293
Detailed view of the roof of the BMW Museum (left) and deatail of the BMW Tower (right). The BMW Museum opened in 1973 shortly after the Summer Olympics. The silver futuristic building has a circular footprint of 20 meters in diameter and a flat roof of about 40 meters. An oversized BMW logo is on the flat roof. The listed circular museum building, the so-called bowl with the neighboring low-rise building, stands directly next to the BMW high-rise and is the symbol of the BMW Museum. The BMW four-cylinder, the BMW Tower is BMW's main administrative building in Munich. The building is 101 m high and is located near Munich's Olympic grounds. The BMW Museum is located directly next to the BMW Four-Cylinder, and BMW Welt is opposite. The BMW skyscraper consists of four vertical cylinders arranged next to each other in a cross shape, with each cylinder being divided horizontally once again by pulling back the façade above the center. The building was completed for the 1972 Summer Olympics. The architect was the Austrian Karl Schwanzer, who also designed the BMW Museum.

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Bregenz, Austria
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Facade of the Kunsthaus Bregenz (KUB for short). The museum shows international contemporary art in changing exhibitions in the Vorarlberg capital Bregenz. The body of the building consists of finely etched, equally sized milky glass-like glass panels held in place by brackets. "The Kunsthaus stands in the light of Lake Constance. Its body is built of glass plates, steel and a stone mass of poured concrete, which forms structure and space inside the house. Seen from the outside, the building looks like a luminous body. It absorbs the changing light of the sky, the haze light of the lake, radiates light and color back and, depending on the angle of view, time of day and weather, leaves something of its inner life, says the architect Peter Zumthor about his work of art, which was awarded the Mies van der Rohe Award for European Architecture in 1998.
Munich, Germany
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The Mira shopping centre in the Munich district Nordhaide. Part of the facades was made of colored lacquered metal panels which were placed on the walls to form prisms. 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.

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Cologne, Germany 
Close-up of one of the three crane buildings, a high-rise, 70.20 meters long and 33.75 meters wide in Cologne's Rheinauhafen in the Altstadt-Süd designed by Aachen architect Alfons Linster and Hamburg architects Bothe, Richter, Teherani (BRT).
Düsseldorf, Germany 
# 3492
The gleaming white curved facade of the theatre building Schauspielhaus Düsseldorf, known as D'haus for short, at Gustaf-Gründgens-Platz in Düsseldorf. Architect Bernhard Pfau.
Berlin, Germany
# 3368
The Gropius House at 3-9 Händelallee in Berlin's Hansa district, a joint project by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius and Berlin architect Wils Ebert. Detail view from the east with loggias pulled out. The south facade of the building develops a lively, decorative effect through the graphic arrangement of the projecting balconies. It stands in stark contrast to the formal and functional austerity of earlier residential buildings realized by Walter Gropius before the Second World War.