URBAN SCAPES PHOTOGRAPHY

Einstein Tower (Einsteinturm), an astrophysical observatory that is part of the Albert Einstein Science Park located at Telegrafenberg, Potsdam, Southwest of Berlin. Designed by Erich Mendelsohn around 1917, constructed in the period 1920-1922 and opened in 1924. With its biomorphic sculptural and individualist form, the Einstein Tower is a prime example of expressionist architecture, a […]

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Postmodernism meets totalitarian Ost-modernismus way before Robert Venturi and Charles Jencks. The East German Council of State building (Das Staatsratgebäude) designed by architects Roland Korn and Hans Erich Bogatzky, erected between 1962 and 1964 in the Mitte of Berlin in the former DDR. The unusual design element is the incorporation of the so-called Liebknecht’s balcony […]

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Classic urban sights of New York City photographed by hansen-hansen.com, 2012: Chrysler Building, Empire States Buidling, Flatiron Building, New York Stock Exchange, Woolworth Building, Helmsley Building, MetLife Building, Plaza Hotel, Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, Grand Central Terminal, The GE Building, and New York By Gehry.

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Ozenfant House and Studio in Paris from 1922 by the Architect Le Corbusier. The architecture style is Early Modern. The artist studio has daylighting by the large north window. The house is located on the corner of Avenue Reille in Paris. Photographed by hansen-hansen.com, 2012.

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Düsseldorf Medienhafen (Media Harbor) is the redeveloped port of Düsseldorf with several prominent architectural constructions, e.g. the there Frank O. Gehry office buildings in respectively white, silver/mirror and red, the Dock Office Tower, PEC Port Event Center or Wolkenbügel, SIGN! Hafen Office, Colorium, the Roggendorf-Haus, the Plange Mühle and Hotel Hyatt Regency. Photographed by hansen-hansen.com, […]

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The first Luftbrückendenkmal or ‘Denkmal für die Opfer der Luftbrücke’ (‘Berlin Airlift Monument’ or ‘Monument for the Victims of the Airlift’) at Platz der Luftbrücke located next to the entrance of the former ‘Flughafen Berlin-Tempelhof’ (Berlin Tempelhof Airport). The monument was designed by the German architect Eduard Ludwig and raised i 1951. The airlift of […]

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Olympiastadion (the Olympic Stadium) in the Western outskirts of Berlin. The architect of the current Olympiastadion was Werner March and it was originally built for the 1936 Summer Olympics in the southern part of the Reichssportfeld, today Olympiapark Berlin.

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Undai building located at via Private Giovanni Ventura 6 in Milan. Photographed during the 50th Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano in April 2011. The Undai building is part of the exhibition area Ventura Lambrate during the Milan Furniture Fair, it was opened in 2010. The Architects behind the complex is Ruatti Studio Architetti, the […]

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Berlin Tempelhof Airport or ‘Flughafen Berlin-Tempelhof’. The current terminal building was built between 1936 and 1941, the Architect was Ernst Sagebiel know for his Luftwaffe Modern style. The British Architect Norman Foster once called Tempelhof ‘the mother of all airports’. Tempelhof took central stage in the Berlin Airlift from June 26 1948 to 30 September […]

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Battersea Power Station in London build in two stages from 1929-1935 and 1945-1955. The chief engineer of the London Power Company, Leonard Pearce, conceived the building whereas the architect Theo J. Halliday was commissioned to design the appearance of the building. Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, at the time a famed architect, was commissioned after Halliday […]

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Tuborg Harbour (Tuborg Havn) in Hellerup Denmark, 2010

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Haus 14-15 by Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret at The Weissenhof Estate (Die Weissenhofsiedlung) in Stuttgart opened in 1927.

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Hotel Mondrian in Miami, 2009

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Bauhaus in Dessau, Germany

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Various interiors and exteriors made by Lund Byggeri Aps photographed by Hansen-Hansen.com 2009

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Louis Vuitton flagship store Roppongi Hills, Tokyo, 2005 and 2009

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Album cover Facsimile for Martin Hall 2006

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Album cover Hindsgavl Slot 180605 for Martin Hall 2006, graphic design by Kenneth Schultz

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Lloyds Buidling at 1, Lime Street, City of London. Designed by Richard Rogers and completed in 1986. The style is High-tech where there is an emphasis of the building’s technical components combined with an orderly arrangement. Photographed by hansen-hansen.com, 2004

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Canary Wharf in the Docklands of London, photographed in 1991 where the high rise buliding One Canadian Square designed by Cesar Pelli was just finished. With its height of 235 meter it was the tallest building in Europe in 1991. Photo: hansen-hansen.com

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