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Forventes på lager: 01-11-2013
Inspired by the shape of water in endless motion, Denmark's new National Aquarium, The Blue Planet by Danish architects 3XN is shaped as a great whirlpool. This book tells the story of the architecture of one of the world's most important and most impressive aquariums.
The Blue Planet is a building of great complexity, and 3XN has taken on the role as project manager for 15 sub-consultants - including Kvorning Exhibition Designers and the Australian aquarium experts AAT. Ambitions have been sky high from the outset, and the construction of the special double curved facade has been a development project in itself, which has proven a great challenge to all parties involved. Christian Bundegaard is a Danish philosopher and architecture critic. He currently holds a PhD Scholarship at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, with a research project on the relationship between the public sphere and public space. Published by Oro Editions