In 1970 the Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn took part in a competition to design the Nordic Pavilion for the World Expo in Osaka, Japan, without winning. Last year his breathing pavilion was recreated at the National Museum in Oslo.
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A wonderful range of tones in this photo. Good job!
A brilliant image … and I love your view on the challenge.
Great B&W shot, as always 🙂
Delicate textures and fine contrasts. Excellent photo.
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Shows fine architectural detail in this strong photo.
This is an awesome composition.
Great picture. I love it
This is a great shot
Wonderful portrayal of the architecture and its spirit
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An intriguing space. Thank you for sharing it.
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Lonely… but looked lovely.. full arts