Friday, 29 July 2016

I Like Buildings,

that look different,

 like this one, new Elbphilharmonie building in Hamburg,

 by architecture firm Herzog & De Meuron, the new building has been placed on top of an existing building, with soundproofing its 2,100-seat arena is eagerly looked forward to by German concertgoers who are so excited they are snapping up tickets for the first events scheduled after its inauguration on January 11th, 2017,

the project is finally nearing its completion after nearly a decade of construction, with all of its interior fittings set to be in place in time for its handover to its operators on October 31st, 2016, the complex also houses a 250-room hotel, 45 private apartments, two additional concert halls and a public viewing area views of the waterfront, what a great way to re-purpose old buildings.

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