Gehry, Foster etc.

Frank Gehry, one of the most famous architects (top ten) also built a group of buildings in Duesseldorf, Germany, Medienhafen

Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889 – 1951), Austrian-born philosopher, professorship in philosophy at the University of Cambridge (1939 – 1947), he once wrote: “One can easily imagine a language consisting only of orders and messages in battle, or a language consisting only of questions and an expression of affirmation and negation. And countless others. To imagine a language means to imagine a life form.” What we can say about languages (of peer groups, companies, nations), we also can analyze in architectures. There are unfriendly, domineering, egocentric, daunting buildings – and there are friendly, inviting, questions admitting ones…

Reichstag Berlin
title=”Reichstag Berlin by Tobi_2008 / Hans Vaupel on Flickr, sent to my group BLOG IT!
The Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany with the Reichstag dome. Constructed by Norman Foster.

Architect of the OLYMPIA-PARK, Munich: FREI OTTO
Olympic Park, Munich, daylight
the famous roof-construction by Otto Frei, Olympia Stadion, Munich 1972, photo by frizztext

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7 responses to “Gehry, Foster etc.

  1. I also like Gehry.
    His talent is genuine.


  2. related:–119725454.html
    listed there:
    Frank Gehry
    Tadao Ando
    Zaha Hadid
    Rem Koolhaas
    Norman Foster
    Eduardo Souta de Moura
    I would like to add
    Santiago Calatrava's new bridge for Venice
    title=”Santiago Calatrava‘s new bridge for Venice”, photo by Frizztext
    mentioned in the discussion
    at VOANEWS:
    Oscar Niemeyer
    maybe I should add
    Frei Otto, view his roof-construction of Olympic Stadion, Munich 1972
    and what about Friedensreich Hundertwasser?


  3. I love great architecture and I have a few pictures I took of that rooftop n Munich. Beautiful. 🙂


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