(me'12)  CPH – Gemini Residence [320°]

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Gemini Residence
Islands Brygge is the home to three old silos that have undergone a serious makeover which has resulted in new, modern apartments.
The silos were previously a part of Sojakagefabrikken, but the old buildings are now rebuilded to an apartment building with 84 apartments between 90 and 200 m².
The apartments are placed outside the silos. They have glass walls and wide balconies, which gives them a maximal view over the city and the harbour.


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The Gemini Residence can be reached by the Brygge Bridge (Bryggebroen).
Brygge Bridge was the first bridge over the harbour in Copenhagen in 50 years. It connects Havneholmen to Islands Brygge and is part of Copenhagens system of walking and biking paths.
Brygge Bridge was built in 2006 and is 190 meters long and 5,5 meters wide. It's right behind Fisketorvet on Kalvebod Brygge and goes all the way to the other side near Gemini Residence on Islands Brygge.
The bridge is reserved for cyclists and pedestrians and provides a shortcut, especially for students at Copenhagen University Amager and the IT-University in Ørestad.
Brygge Bridge has integrated lighting in the handrails and the underside is being lit up by luminaires built in the tires.

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©polytropos on February 5, 2013

rojosuiza on February 5, 2013
©polytropos on February 5, 2013

Hier verschmelzen die beiden Formen allerdings etwas ineinander.

rojosuiza on February 5, 2013

Ja, das macht der Balkonring. Endlich ein Gebäude, wo die 'Balkonitis' angenehme Folgen hat.

®mene on February 5, 2013

jeeeetzt versteh ich.... :D

Ich hatte das Bild vor Augen wo die Flintstones sich knipsen lassen. Polaroidmässig. Der "Fotograf händigt denen dann eine Holztafel aus, auf der eben alle zu sehen sind.

Die Belichtung mat der Fotograf in dem er den Vorhang beiseite zeiht, der Specht kurz rauslinst und das was er sah halt auf die Platte häckelt...

Kennt das Bild wer???

©polytropos on February 5, 2013

Nee, diese Story explizit kenne ich nicht, aber den Technologie-Standard der Serie, und die Serie selbst, kenne ich natürlich sehr wohl. War ja so meine Tschenereischen  ;-)

®mene on February 5, 2013

...echt? Da hätten Wir uns doch sehen müssen. War ja auch schon da zu der Zeit. Nur das mit den dressierten Spechten halt ich für geflunkere ;)

e.m.r. 2 - a picture… on February 6, 2013

Das ist ja ein cooles Gebäude!

©polytropos on February 6, 2013

Ja, fand ich auch. Musst dir mal die Innenansichten (mein Link oben, unter dem Bild) ansehen!

©UdoSm on February 6, 2013

Nichts für ungut, aber für mich hat das -innen wie außen- den Charme eines glas-metallischen Zweizylinders... Grüße Udo

lubomira soroko on February 8, 2013

I could fit in 200 square meters of space...

varkos on February 16, 2013

Impressive buildings! Like!

Guizel J.c on March 4, 2013

Fantastic

LIKE

cheers-J.C

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