The Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision - photo by Iwan Baan
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Glass Windows of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Netherlands)
Seaforms 2016-187 - Kiln Cast Glass | After graduating from the Academy of Visual Arts in Maastricht The Netherlands Michael Behrens started a remarkable career in glass art. His large scale kiln cast highly polished glass sculpture reflects his fascination with the undersea world.
Nada Ezz El-Din | Project Coordinator | Architecture Inspiration: Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, designed by Neutelings Riedijk Architects. The building was conceived as a perfect cube and the exterior is a modern stained glass, created in collaboration with artist Jaap Drupsteen. Each panel of the cast glass skin is imprinted with famous images from Dutch Television. Interestingly, each image is only discernible from a certain angle, resulting in a merged and colourful effect…
Michael Behrens Title: Seaforms 2015-171 Process: Kiln-cast glass Size: 13.8 x 7.1 x 3.2 Inches
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Institute for Sound and Vision - Hilversum, The Netherlands
The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision is one of the most unique constructions in the world. The building is in the shape of a cube and is covered with colored cast-glass panels. It has a total of 10 floors, half of which are underground. The night view of the building is particularly mesmerizing.
The Netherlands Institute of Sound and Vision - This is the only detail I could find of the imagery that is shaped into the cast glass panels. The images apparently relate to Netherlandish media over the decades as Hilversum is the center for television production in the Netherlands. - photo by Iwan Baan