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Architectural photos by Media Graphic Designer Peer Steen Mortensen

These are some of the architectural photo examples I have done. Buildings are fun to take photos of, because their hard edges are very straight and by turning them in different directions on photos it can create some interesting effects and motives.

 

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Maarup Church

Maarup Church in Jutland, Denmark. Build in mid 1200. It is a senroman church in its very simple form. The Church bell tower is build in 1537. The Graveyard is falling into the ocean as the ocean is taking more and more of the seashore.

 

 

Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse i Jutland

Partly covered by sand. Build i 1900 and taken out of service in 1968 because of the sand covering the lighthouse more and more. The fight against the sand has been given up and the lighthouse will be completely covered within a few years. At the same time the ocean is taking 1-2 meters of the seashore every year.

   

Maarup Church

Maarup Church in Jutland, Denmark. Build in mid 1200. It is a senroman church in its very simple form. The Church bell tower is build in 1537. The Graveyard is falling into the ocean as the ocean is taking more and more of the seashore.

 

Staircase in Steal

Steal constructed staircase used as fire escape exit.

 

Staircase In Steal

Steal constructed staircase used as fire escape exit.

   

Kalvebod Brygge

Kalvebod Brygge in Copenhagen Harbor, Denmark by night.

 

 

Flintholm Station

Flintholm Train and Metro Station servicing 1 metro line and 2 train lines, build in glass.

 

 

Marmor Kirken

The marble church in Copenhagen, Denmark The inspiration comes from Sct. Peters church in Rome and the buildings surrounding the church resembles a piece of Paris. The first stone was laid in 1749 and was planned as a part of Frederiks city, which is why it was named Frederiks church. It was thought to be a church in the rococo style in Norwegian marble. This is why it is called the Marble church today, even though it is only the bottom part of the church made in marble.

It took 150 years before the church was finished.

 

Mod Lyset

(Towards The Light) sculpture by Rudolph Tegner 1873-1950 set up in 1910.

 

 

 

The Black Diamond

Modern building on the waterfront in Copenhagen for the use of the Royal Library.

The building is made of glass and steel, and clad in absolute black granite, mined in Zimbabwe and cut and polished in northern Italy.

 

 

The Black Diamond

Modern building on the waterfront in Copenhagen for the use of the Royal Library.

The building is made of glass and steel, and clad in absolute black granite, mined in Zimbabwe and cut and polished in northern Italy.

 

 

Apartment building

Penthouse apartment building on Island Brygge in Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

Apartment building

Penthouse apartment building under construction on Island Brygge in Copenhagen, Denmark.

   

The Opera

The Opera, located on the island of Holmen in Copenhagen, is one of the most modern opera houses in the world. The Opera can trace its roots back more than 550 years to the trumpeters’ corps at the court of King Christian I.

 

 

The Opera's foyer

The Opera is designed by Danish architect Henning Larsen, and a number of Danish artists have contributed to the decor of the opera.

 

 

The light in the foyer

Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has contributed three light sculptures for the Opera.

 

 

The Opera's large stage

The heart of the Opera is the auditorium, which has room for between 1,492 and 1,703 spectators, depending on the size of the orchestra pit. The seating arrangement is classic, with a parterre and three balconies.

 

 

Office buildings

Office buildings on the Island of Christianshavn in Copenhagen.

 

 

Office building

Office building under construction on Island Brygge in Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

 

Islands Brygge

Islands Brygge in Copenhagen, Denmark by evening time just before the sun sets.

 

 

Power plant

HC Ørsteds Power plant in Copenhagen Denmark, running on coal, natural gas and garbage.

 

 

 

     

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