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What Happens When Algorithms Design a Concert Hall? The Stunning Elbphilharmonie

https://www.wired.com/2017/01/happens-algorithms-design-concert-hall-stunning-elbphilharmonie/?CNDID=49046367&CNDID=49046367&bxid=MjM5NjgxNjQ4MjY5S0&hasha=051456e5dd3dcc7e9dc3f0af5c58ce38&hashb=f25d57ca4e78eed3fd06146c3baa1f06f00d9d42&mbid=nl_122518_daily_list1_p2&utm_brand=wired&utm_mailing=WIRED%20NL%20122518%20(1)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=nlHerzog and De Meuron’s new philharmonic in Hamburg, Germany is an impressive feat of technology.

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What Happens When Algorithms Design a Concert Hall? The Stunning Elbphilharmonie

by Liz Stinson @ wired.com

THE MOST INTERESTING thing about Herzog and De Meuron’s newly opened concert hall, the Elbphilharmonie, isn’t its wave-like facade, which rises above the city of Hamburg, Germany. It’s not the gently curved elevator at the base of the lobby that deposits you into the belly of the Swiss architects’ alien landscape. And it’s not the Escher-esque stairways that guide you from one floor to the next.

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