View from Brygga 1 – the bridge to Ribersborgs Kallbadhus, a historical wodden bath house and restaurant a.k.a. Kallis.
The Turning Torso in Malmø on a cloudy but nice day in April. A nice snapshot I took with my iPhoneSE driving across the city: silhouettes of the street lights of the Malmö harbour area in the foreground, cloud mountains in the background.
The top of the Haus der Kulturen der Welt HKW on a cold but beautiful day in November.
You can find this image on my instagram account here.
View to Gedächtniskirche on a rainy day.
A HDR image of the French Cathedral at Gendarmenmarkt as seen from its backside on a sunny day.
In German the French Cathedral is called Französischer Dom – the term is German for “French Cathedral”, but in this case (as also in the case of the Berlin Dome and the German Dome) the term refers to the French word for English “dome” and not to a cathedral. Neither church on Gendarmenmarkt was ever the church of a bishop.
New York skyline view towards the top of the American Standard Building (Radiator Building) and Empire State Building
A series of four garages designed by the danish designer and architect Arne Jacobsen.
The ‘Eternithaus’ (official name: ‘Interbau Objekt 25 A’) in Altonaer Strasse was designed and built by architect Paul Baumgarten.
In this picture you can see the almost brutalist looking bell tower of the Kaiser Friedrich Memorial Church (Kaiser-Friedrich-Gedächtniskirche) at Händelallee 20, gidden behind some green. The church was designed by the architect Ludwig Lemmer and was built in 1957 – just like most of the other buildings at Hansaviertel.
- Kaiser-Friedrich-Gedächtniskirche (wikipedia.org)