Located on the Zeil, the Zeilgalerie is equally as renowned for its architecture as for its shops. This shopping center, opened in 1992, is 10 stories tall and features a unique spiral-shaped interior. Architects Kramm and Streigal decided to make the
interior floors slope so that a visitor is able to walk to the top of the building without stairs or escalators. Instead, shoppers can get from top to bottom of this modern glass and steel structure via centrally-located escalators (nearly a dozen) or a ramp, making it very accessible for the handicapped.
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ACL1978 (5775) 2013-02-02 12:16
Almost a scene from a sci-fi movie here, Cristian; you've framed the shot well to take advantage of the clean curved lines and the fascinating light. Excellent transformation of an everyday location.
Hansaphotos (5429) 2013-02-02 12:52
An intriguing architecture photo. A nice view of the ceiling. The light illuminates parts of the construction and enhances the geometrical shapes of this modern architecture. Great work:) keep on shooting...
Best regards, Erling
olive224 (1223) 2013-02-03 9:10
It is a nice indoor capture ;)
Well framed, good idea to rotate it ;)