The future of architecture
I am still editing and sorting the last month’s travel photographs, and this week I really wanted to enter the WordPress photo challenge, Quest. To be honest, because the theme is so subjective and vast, I could have posted anything – the very act of photographing, for me at least, is a quest.
Architecture always fascinates me, but architecture, even if it’s impressive and photogenic, it’s not always responsible. Not the Moesgaard Museum (MOMU) in Aarhus, Denmark. As you can see, the building, designed by Henning Larsen Architects, is an extension of the landscape, how every building in the future should be, in my humble opinion.
Seeing this gave me hope that our quest for being in harmony with nature, while still living an urban life, will be answered by urban planners and architects of cities of the future.
The last image is an iPhone pictures of The Graubelle Man, the world’s best preserved bog body from the Iron Age and the ‘star’ of the Moesgaard Museum.
Fantastic Quest photo.
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I’m all for ‘harmony with nature’ and using resources which dont have an adverse effect on the world. Why is so much domestic new housing so drab, box-like and un-ecological?!