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Issued photographer Chris Forsythe latest photos from his series of Metro pictures. Previously having gone underground to capture the surreal beauty of the Montreal Metro system, Forsyth to Europe to stations in Munich and Berlin and Stockholm shoot. Photographic style depicts stations in better light-bright, clean and colorful and completely absent of people.  ' See the strengths of different design of metro systems, hand painted cave-like stations in Stockholm, to modern platforms well lit from Munich U-that, I really started to feel how good design can change your day for the better ', says Forsythe. Whether it's awe-or simply bright and colorful, and I can imagine how it feels to start your commute daily in one of these Metro stations. ' Continue after halftime to take samples of your favorite pictures lforsith of this series.

Photographer Chris Forsyth on the Montreal Metro, Going Underground, and Overlooked Architecture

Montreal-based photographer Chris Forsyth doesn't see his city the way others do -- that much is evident from his body of work, which includes rooftop photos of the Montreal skyline, nocturnal shots taken from the arm of a crane and now, images from the underground.
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MVRDV's "Golden Spot" Brightens Up Design for Seoul Entertainment Complex

 MVRDV has announced plans for Paradise City, a 9,800 square meter entertainment plaza near Incheon Airport in Seoul, South Korea. Designer in partnership with Gansam Architects, the complex will consist of two monolithic forms housing retail and a nightclub, and new public spaces. The connecting element of the project is a giant golden spot at the public square, which the architects hope will become a beacon visible to tourists as they fly into the city.

 Paradise City’s two sibling buildings, the Sandbox (the retail complex) and Nightclub, are introverted and completely contextual, echoing the language of surrounding buildings on their cast concrete facades. The relentlessly opaque skin of the Sandbox is brightened by pops of bright gold color seen through its entrances, created by tucking the facade in on itself. On the Nightclub building, a giant golden spotlight is draped over the building, connecting levels of the public square and providing the club entrance “a blast of light before the contrasting dark interior.”
 “The project takes two simple volumes, which create a new urban space. These masses then take an imprint of the facades around the site, stretching over the two buildings. Thus adapting themselves to the given environment, accepting these conditions as a sine qua non,” explains MVRDV co-founder Winy Maas. “The buildings are opened by lifting them like a curtain, unravelling their interior. Then, to top it off is the golden spot, marking the entrance like a sunbeam, making its presence known even from the air and the landing planes at Incheon airport.”  
The Sandbox, containing 3,600 square meters of retail space, curves to meet a neighboring casino, giving direct access to visitors. The 6,200 square meter Nightclub building houses not only a nightclub, but also a water club and top floor sky-garden. Interiors will feature glass flooring and visually appealing materials, providing the “spectacle that entertainment architecture calls for.” The urban platform between the two buildings is raised, allowing service spaces and a car park to be placed below the surface.
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Paradise City is part of designs for a larger tourist district, master planned by Gansam Architects. The 33 hectare masterplan has already begun construction with construction on MVRDV’s Paradise City anticipated to begin in September 2016, to be completed by 2018.

Herzog & de Meuron's Elbphilharmonie Finally Gets Opening Date

After years of waiting, Herzog & de Meuron’s Elbphilharmonie concert hall in Hamburg, Germany, finally has been given an opening date. The building will open its doors to the public with grand opening concerts by NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra on January 11 and 12, 2017, followed by a three-week festival featuring the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Berlin-based band Einstürzende Neubauten.

The soaring glass structure, constructed on top of a historic warehouse along the River Elbe, was first envisioned in 2003, but rising costs and legal issues with the contractor led the project to be put on hold.
In 2012, the philharmonie was the subject of an installation at the Venice Biennale, where the building model was surrounded by uncensored press reports demonstrating the massive amounts of public debate that had already plagued the project for years.
 Now nearly ready for public occupation, the building will house three concert halls, a large music education area, a panoramic viewing platform with views of the city, and a hotel. The Grand Hall, the largest of the three concert halls, will seat 2,100 and features an acoustic environment designed by internationally acclaimed acoustician Yasuhisa Toyota.
Venice Biennale 2012: Elbphilharmonie / Herzog & de Meuron
Herzog & de Meuron's exhibition at the Biennale is focused on the architecture of a symbolic project, with a complex history: The Elbphilharmonie, a concert hall on top of a former industry in Hamburg, which also includes a 250 room five-star hotel, and 47 apartments.

source: archdaily

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