"There were moments when we thought this building would destroy our whole career," architect Jacques Herzog told the Guardian. "Somehow we were responsible for this total disaster, because we had seduced the people with our design." January brings the opening of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg Concert Hall, a 2,100 seat space that will change how music is experienced forever.
Designed by the Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron, the glassy iceberg floats atop an old brick warehouse in downtown Hamburg. The interactive video produced by Jung von Matt and Gestalt Communications will let you choose how fast you want to fly through the tour.
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