The Impossible Staircase - Umschreibung #1
❖ Gallery and Prints ❙ ❙ ❙ My Google Plus ❙ ❙ ❙ My 500px ❙ ❙ ❙ My FB Photography Page ❖ This steel staircase sculpture titled "Umschreibung" is a wonderful piece of art designed by Olafur Eliasson. This beautiful merging of art and architecture is a 9 meter-high walk-double spiral of steel in the entrance of the KPMG ( a global accounting firm ) office building in Munich, Germany.
A Path in the Forest by Tetsuo Kondo Architects | Dezeen
A walkway by Tetsuo Kondo Architects winds its way around tree trunks and up into the canopy at a park in Tallinn, Estonia. Called A Path in the Forest, the 95-metre trail is supported by a steel tube that rests against the tree trunks, with no additional columns. The installation remains in place in Kadriorg
‘A Path in the Forest’ Elevated Walkway
Kadriorg Park, Tallinn, Estonia A walkway by Tetsuo Kondo Architects winds its way around tree trunks and up into the canopy at a park in Tallinn, Estonia. Called ‘A Path in the Forest’, the 95-metre trail, made if 139mm steel pipe and sheet steel, 5mm thick, that rests against the tree trunks,...
Location: Kadriorg Park in Tallin, the capital of Estonia Contact the Designer: Tetsuo Kondo Architects The installation was planned for Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. A forest known as Kadriorg is located in the center of city: trees that have grown there for three centuries, around a palace built for the Czar of Russia.Here we …
Crazy staircase at the KPMG Building in Munich
This is a piece of art (I think it is called Umschreibung) by a Finn named Olafur Eliasson. I first learned about these stairs on Flickr but no one listed an address. I went to the Munich Visitor Center and they knew nothing about it but we intrigued so two lovely women helped me look for it - online, phone books, calling colleagues, until we found a possible location - Ganghoferstrasse 29 - not too far SW from the Hauptbahnhof. I went there on a very rainy and cold Sunday morning to find…
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