Kai Richter. 'Es blieb was konnte'. 2009. "Kai Richter was born in Munich in 1969. Richter frequently builds his sculptures from construction materials such as scaffolding, props, wood, steel, car jacks, DOKA beams and concrete. His approach is constructive since his materials have construction potential. Most of Kai Richter’s sculptural installations take over the room."
Munich Olympic Stadium: Location: Munich, Germany Year of Construction: 1972 Architects: Frei Otto and Gunther Behnisch This building was the first large scale project to use acrylic glass stabilized by steel cables to create large overhanging canopies.
BMW Welt in Munich by architect Wolf Prix. The steel and glass building runs off solar power panels on the roof. Most of the heating and cooling is controlled through the high performance coated glass and specially designed ventilation systems. It is also just a fantastic design and looks incredible!
Umschreibung, Munich, Germany. This beautifully constructed staircase carries a height of approximately thirty feet. It’s double-helix structure keeps visitors coming back. The backdrop is an orange vertical office tower mostly made of glass. This staircase does not lead anywhere and not open for the public to climb, but don’t let silly things like “The Law” slow you down.