Ponte Brygge e Residence Gemini

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.

Copyright: Claudio-agostini
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Caricate: 14/06/2012
Aggiornato: 11/09/2014
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