Philharmonie – Luxembourg


The Grande-Duchesse Joséphine-Charlotte Concert Hall 
Philharmonie – Luxembourg

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30 thoughts on “Philharmonie – Luxembourg

  1. Very different…well, I have never seen a building that looks like this. I wonder is the columns are meant to look a bit like a pipe organ. Hmmm.

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  2. Very unique, modern and quite magnificent. I think EG may be on to something with regard to the columns…there's a music building at Stetson University in Florida that has a facade of black and white keys…

    Thanks for posting these excellent compositions!

    Re your comment on Paree: This is where people where held awaiting trial or execution; and where Marie Antoinette was held before she was killed.

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  3. What an amazing architecture! It's so lovely and your photos are brillant!
    have a great evening:)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  4. This is such a different design from most of the buildings I see on your blog. Even though I kind of admire this one, I like the traditional ones in Luxembourg more.

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  5. Germany, Norway, Switzerland …. Luxembourg. You have certainly seen more of Europe than most Europeans! I hope you also have the time and the opportunity to visit the interior of this beautiful concert hall.

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  6. Hello,
    I'm happy to read all those comments on the Philharmonie. Indeed, the architecture designed by Christian de Portzamparc is fabulous and the acustics of the various halls is quite amazing (the musicians tell us 🙂 )
    For all those who'd like to participate in a photo competition, just have a look on our blog : http://blog.philharmonie.lu/2010/10/10/photo-competition/
    And if you have any questions, remarks or if you want more info on something, don't hesitate to get back to us either via our Fanpage or Blog!
    Best,

    Didier

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  7. An awesome place, I can imagine beautiful concerts taking place there. (It's a pity that the bench in the first picture is looks so small!)

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  8. I like this building very much. The brilliant white columns and the clean lines. Your photos bring out its beauty.
    PS – L., you are so awesome taking 2 courses of French and doing everything else you do! I am sure you are getting so good with your French now. Thinking of you often, hugs Tash

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  9. What an amazing building! My first thought was that it reminded me of the under part of a mushroom but now it reminds me of an air filter for a car. 🙂 I would love to watch a concert in there.

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