The corner (high) market Brauhauban. Renovated there some time with the addition of plants in pots and wall and with shadings terracotta.
After twenty five years of research, a new element (although petrol traditional) may be able to register definitively in architecture steel cement and glass: the shadings which indeed introduced a new technique : Control of the sun (light and glare).
This is the description that Le Corbusier gives shadings in 1948. Though present in the work of the architect in the early 30s, the brise soleil is theorized from 1946, when Le Corbusier began the project Marseille.
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jhm (155173) 2014-08-07 4:24
Le Corbusier one of the most greatest architects out of the previous century, about the totally world known.
Your colours and subject are very well chosen.
An excellent composition, nice choice of your angle, this cares for depth and perspective.
Very well done, TFS.
Nicou (145048) 2014-08-07 7:33
quel graphisme et vue superbe compo quel effet sur ce toit avec ces barre quelle couleur très belle image et mise en valeur.
Bravo et amitié
Giustiniani (3632) 2014-08-07 7:42
Salut Jean Philippe,
une présentation intéressante du brise soleil. Une belle perspective et très jolie lumière.
Noel_Byrne (32070) 2014-08-16 7:30
Hi Jean Philippe
I like this view a lot, the upwards perspective focuses on the design, and your note says a lot about the thoughtfulness in the design to control the sun, a lot of buildings in Dublin feature this now, but don't look as tall as this. I love the diagonal from green to blue which is enhanced really well by the line on the corner of the building. nicely done!
- Copyright: Jean Philippe TUR (tenretin) (2605)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2014-08-01
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Sony alpha 37, DT 3.5-5.6 / 18-55 SAM
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- Date Submitted: 2014-08-07 0:45