Architecture Spot – Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg


The MUDAM was inaugurated in 2006 and
the building was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning
architect I. M. Pei.

MUDAM the building
MUDAM at Wikipedia

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25 thoughts on “Architecture Spot – Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg

  1. Pei also made the pyramid of the Louvre in Paris.His architectures are always full of light, because he uses a lot of glass and windows, as well as white walls.Interesting to see something else from him!
    Bon dimanche, chère Leia!

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  2. Just wonderful! I like the hall with the spiral staircase and the fountain, but the whole building is really great!

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  3. I.M. Pei has designed some interesting buildings around the world. As opposed to I.M. Goofay, who has designed some really weird buildings! ;-))

    Your phone code is 352, heh? Well, I think Ocala and Luxembourg should become “sister cities.” Each of us could represent our respective city and we could travel back and forth as goodwill ambassadors. Isn't that a great idea?

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  4. I was going to say that while I like the building it does make me a little dizzy. Or maybe it isn't the building…maybe it's…ah…I'd better quit now.

    I think Lucky and Luna would get along just fine. Lucky could probably teach Luna a few things about living in the wild and Luna could teach Lucky a few things about how to comport herself in high society.

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  5. Marvellous! I love the fountain most – it's beautiful! Would love to visit this place one day:)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  6. What a fantastic building! I definitely need to visit Luxembourg to see this architectural jewel. Hope you had a relaxing weekend. I'm glad the holidays are coming up!

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  7. I love his non-traditional use of shadows and light in his architectural creations. He has many installations in the US and of course, the controversial (at the time of building) Louvre pyramid entrance.

    Great photos!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  8. IM Pei has designed some fantastic buildings, and this MUDAM is no exception. I regularly admire his Bank of China building in Hong Kong, one of a handful that really stand out in a city of amazing skyscrapers. Your photos are really wonderful. I really like how you captured angles and shadows. Bravo!

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