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The Stunning Elbphilharmonie Is What Happens When Algorithms ...

In the case of the Elbphilharmonie, Herzog and De Meuron used algorithms to generate a unique shape for each of the 10,000 gypsum fiber acoustic panels that line the auditorium's walls like the ...

Elbphilharmonie Hamburg - wall cladding | Hasenkopf

Elbphil­­harmonie - wall cladding. Hamburg’s new landmark rises up on the foundations of the former quayside warehouse on the Elbe: the Elbphilharmonie is probably one of the most spectacular concert halls in the world; the architecture – both inside and outside – is unique, the musical enjoyment indescribable for connoisseurs.

Architectural Details: Herzog & de Meuron’s Spectacular ...

The curvilinear, intricately intertwining wall, balustrade and ceiling design of Elbphilharmonie’s Great Hall is comprised of 10,000 unique gypsum fiber panels with a special sound-diffusing pattern applied to each piece, which all fit together like a large puzzle.

Knauf Integral - Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

More than 10.000 wall panels of high dense gypsum fiber panels – all manufactured individually – provide a most singular room and sound experience. Project report With the Elbphilharmonie built on the former “Kaiserspeicher A” the Free and Hanseatic city of Hamburg obtained a new cultural landmark of world rank.

Elbphilharmonie by Herzog & de Meuron - DesignCurial

Every one of the 10,000 gypsum panels is different, and they make up a reverse-map of the acoustics at the space boundary. At one part of the wall, some of the 4,765 pipes of the organ, built by Klais of Bonn, break out in a vertical forest, and there are two high windows to the outside world.

Herzog & de Meuron's Elbphilharmonie opens in Hamburg ...

The Elbphilharmonie shimmers as Hamburg’s contemporary symbol, its crystalline facade consisting of 1,100 mirrored glass panes, marked with grey reflective dots. The panes’ curvatures shift depending on their location, ranging from horseshoe-shaped recesses to fish gill-like hatches.

The Elbphilharmonie Hamburg by Herzog & de Meuron | Concert halls

Hamburg has a new cultural landmark: the Elbphilharmonie, which opens its doors on January 11 and 12, 2017 in Hamburg’s HafenCity. On the banks of the river Elbe on approx. 1,700 reinforced concrete piles a building complex has emerged, which, in addition to three concert halls, will encompass a ...

The Halls - Elbphilharmonie

The special materials used in the interior design invite you to touch and feel them, especially the acoustic wall panelling in the Grand Hall and the Recital Hall. And touching is also expressly allowed in the Elbphilharmonie World of Instruments in the Kaistudios, where musical instruments from around the world await to be played and discovered.