Ponte Brygge e Residence Gemini
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Ponte Brygge e Residence Gemini

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Il Residence Gemini è un edificio residenziale situato sull'isola Brygge di Copenhagen (foto scattata dal ponte Brygge).

L'edificio è stato ricavato da due vecchi silos di sementi: la parte centrale dei cilindri è occupata dai corridoi e dagli ascensori, mentre gli appartamenti sono stati aggiunti sulla parte esterna e si trovano quindi al di fuori dei silos originari.

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Immagini nelle vicinanze di Copenhagen


A: Havneholmen Copenhagen Waterfront

di Flemming V. Larsen, 50 metri di distanza

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Havneholmen Copenhagen Waterfront

B: Islands Brygge by night

di Christian Obel, 160 metri di distanza

Islands Brygge by night

C: Copenhagen Harbour

di Christian Obel, 280 metri di distanza

Copenhagen Harbour

D: Tømmergraven and Havneholmen

di Christian Obel, 370 metri di distanza

Tømmergraven and Havneholmen

E: View from IDA Tower

di Flemming V. Larsen, 660 metri di distanza

View from IDA Tower

F: Enghave Brygge

di Christian Obel, 820 metri di distanza

Enghave Brygge

G: Nokken Strandvej

di Christian Obel, 960 metri di distanza

Nokken Strandvej

H: Between containers with graffiti

di Svend Sønderby, 1.1 km di distanza

Between some container at the end of Enghave Brygge. Enghave Brygge is the only peninsula in the sout...

Between containers with graffiti

I: Frederiksholmsløbet

di Christian Obel, 1.1 km di distanza


J: Copenhagen Train Station

di Willy Kaemena, 1.2 km di distanza

The Copenhagen Main Train Station. Here a regional train to Kalundborg and a train to Sweden.

Copenhagen Train Station

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Text by Steve Smith.

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