Elbphilharmonie Hamburg by Herzog & de Meuron virtual fly through by Kai Heuser

For those who can’t wait for the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg to open next month, creative agency Jung von Matt has released an interactive movie tour of the building filmed by drones.

Jung von Matt worked with producers Simon & Paul to create the movie tour of the opera house – a building designed by Swiss architects office Herzog & Meuron.

The long-delayed project finally opens to the public in the second week of January, but has been officially complete since November, marking the end of a 10-year construction period.

For those who aren’t able to visit, this video allows any viewer to fly through the building, touring spaces including the 2,150-seat auditorium, the foyer areas and the elevated outdoor plaza.

An interactive version of the film can be found on the Elbphilharmonie’s website.

It is divided up into different chapters, allowing viewers to choose which space to visit first. There are also two speed options; one offers a sedate pace with a calm soundtrack, and the other rushes through, accompanied by a faster beat.

Read more on Dezeen: https://www.dezeen.com/2016/12/22/drones-fly-through-preview-movie-film-herzog-de-meuron-architecture-elbphilharmonie-hamburg/

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