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ISAR LOUNGE

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Recapturing and reusing a natural space within Munich, Isar lounge clings to an existing bridge in the city’s unkempt river Isar As such spaces have become scarce, they are getting more and more valuable for recreation and natural experience. The restaurant offers an unusual perspec-tive of the river passing underneath

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ALLIANZ ARENA

From a quiet, neutral silver object during the day, the stadium turns into a radiating backdrop at night. This is possible due to the translucent envelope ol the lozenge-shaped ETFE film cushion. This surface transforms the massive steel-and-concrete construction into a light structur

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PINAKOTHEK DER MODERNE

Located near the Old and the New Pinacotheques this third museum building houses the modern art and design collection, the graphics cabinet, and an architectural museum on its 1 б 728 m’ of exhibition space The three collections in different wings are all accessible from the main hall with a large dome nearly 25 meters in diameter.

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HERZ JESU CHURCH

The aim was to create an open, light space for prayer avoiding the forbidding symbolic of a facade that acts as a border The church is constituted from two spaces, one contained within the other. This interweaving of materials evokes a metaphysical, rather than a concrete space

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SACHSENHAUSEN MEMORIAL, "STATION Т

6etween 1936 and 1945 Sachsenhausen was used to train concentration camp com-mandants ‘SS soldiers end to experiment on the concentration camp system. The concept behind the Sochsenhausen Memorial won lirst prize at an international competition in 1998. It im$ to I ’ustrate the narrowing reality of the camp and its totalitarian geometry without engulfing visitors In information. instead enabling them to arrive at their own conclusions As such, it provides a dignified memorial that encourages ntense reflection. The abstract shell shrouding the remains of the furnaces emphasizes the f’ODctess-ness of the prisoners’ srtuation.

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