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photoblog image Berlin stuff # 9: See-through wall
Berlin stuff # 9: See-through wall|

Berlin stuff # 9: See-through wall

 

A see-through wall visible in the courtyard of the Sony Centre in Potsdammer Platz, Berlin. The visible innards drew my attention.

 

 

comments (12)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 8 Oct 2018, 00:38
You have a great eye, Louis.
Louis: Thank you, Ray
Well that's very cool! Nice!!
Louis: I thought so too, thanks Elizabeth
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 8 Oct 2018, 06:34
What an amazing wall, Louis. Is it show-casing the innovator's skill?
Louis: There was no write-up, but I think they are also show-casing amazing techniques, like fastening a pedestrian bridge to the glass by using suction cups ...
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 8 Oct 2018, 07:14
I am often a fan of see-thru architecture. And if anyone is going to do this well then it is bound to be the Germans
Louis: I found it intriguing in so many ways, Chris.
Cracking picture Louis. I wouldn't want to have to clean all that glass though
Louis: Thank you, Bill. Don't worry, I am sure they will use professionals smile
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 8 Oct 2018, 08:39
The place is full of high tech architecture.
Louis: I couldn't help but thinking of Meccano engineering, when I first saw it. But there are some great tech architecture visible.
A surreal abstract Louis.
Louis: Surreal it is, Frank.
You are parked beside Chad. You both feature a similar subject - pipes. I like your abstract look.
Louis: smile I have seen his impressive scaffolding. Thank you Mary.
Obviously nothing top secret going on in there.
Louis: It should put and end to office shenanigans, Brian.
Great view of the ventilation system!
Louis: That as well, Tom. Reminds me a bit of the fish that sucks onto the side of a fish tank and in the process clean the glass.
this is a strange looking piece of architecture Louis... i like the reflection of the red rust coloured building....petersmile
Louis: It certainly drew my attention, peter
Rather mysterious...

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