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Serpentine pavillion Eliasson

Serpentine pavillion Eliasson

Serpentine Pavilion (2007) by Frank Gehry

Serpentine Pavilion by Frank Gehry

Durch die Verwendung Lochblechen mit hexagonalen Löchern entstehen tolle Lichtspiele.

Bent perforated facade by Chris Kabel

Bent by Chris Kabel with Abbink X de Haas. A facade of perforated hexagons that catches the light like a hanging sheet of fabric, If they are bent upwards they reflect the light and bending downwards they become darker pixels. (via Gau Paris)

Gehry's Serpentine Pavilion.  When asked about rain getting in the structure he responded 'It was designed to leak' - priceless!

When asked about rain getting in the structure he responded 'It was designed to leak' - priceless!

Bloomberg Pavilion, Tokyo Museum of Contemporary Art, Architect Akihisa Hirata

Bloomberg Pavilion Project by Akihisa Hirata in Tokyo. Akihisa Hirata is a Japanese architect who was born in Osaka. He designed the Bloomberg Pavilion in You can find it at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.

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