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Polygon World

By AntHolloway
This is an inverted view looking up the wall to the ceiling of the Harpa Concert Hall in Reykjavik, Iceland. The walls have this 3D structure of facets leading up to the ceiling which again has segmented mirrors. I've taken this shot to create an artificial horizon at the point where they meet. The golden panel could almost be the sun in an abstract landscape shot. The architects and designers were Henning Larsen Architects and Olafur Eliasson. The structures are to represent the columns of basalt rock that are found in Iceland.

Tags: Building Abstract Architecture Iceland Reykjavik Concert hall Harpa

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kel55 5 8 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2013 7:15AM
Great image thanks for sharing

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