design-is-fine:

Norman Bel Geddes, Motorcar No. 9. 1932. Drawing, blueprint, rearview and model without tail fin, 1933.  © Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation. 

It offered excellent visibility through the use of curved glass for the windshield and windows. The steering wheel and single headlight were in the center. The car featured a vertical stabilizer, like an airplane. The bumpers were made of chrome. More: Source
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design-is-fine:

Norman Bel Geddes, Motorcar No. 9. 1932. Drawing, blueprint, rearview and model without tail fin, 1933.  © Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation. 

It offered excellent visibility through the use of curved glass for the windshield and windows. The steering wheel and single headlight were in the center. The car featured a vertical stabilizer, like an airplane. The bumpers were made of chrome. More: Source
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design-is-fine:

Norman Bel Geddes, Motorcar No. 9. 1932. Drawing, blueprint, rearview and model without tail fin, 1933.  © Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation. 

It offered excellent visibility through the use of curved glass for the windshield and windows. The steering wheel and single headlight were in the center. The car featured a vertical stabilizer, like an airplane. The bumpers were made of chrome. More: Source
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design-is-fine:

Norman Bel Geddes, Motorcar No. 9. 1932. Drawing, blueprint, rearview and model without tail fin, 1933.  © Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation. 

It offered excellent visibility through the use of curved glass for the windshield and windows. The steering wheel and single headlight were in the center. The car featured a vertical stabilizer, like an airplane. The bumpers were made of chrome. More: Source
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design-is-fine:

Norman Bel Geddes, Motorcar No. 9. 1932. Drawing, blueprint, rearview and model without tail fin, 1933.  © Edith Lutyens and Norman Bel Geddes Foundation. 

It offered excellent visibility through the use of curved glass for the windshield and windows. The steering wheel and single headlight were in the center. The car featured a vertical stabilizer, like an airplane. The bumpers were made of chrome. More: Source

ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
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ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
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ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
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ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
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ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
ZoomInfo
ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
ZoomInfo
ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
ZoomInfo
ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
ZoomInfo
ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
ZoomInfo
ombuarchitecture:

“Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise. 

By Olafur Eliasson

www.aasarchitecture.com
ZoomInfo

ombuarchitecture:

Your Rainbow Panorama” is a circular, panoramic walkway in all the colors of  the spectrum, constructed on the roof top of  ARoS Museum in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by the architect Schmidt Hammer Lassen.

The ARoS building was inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy,” the nine circles of Hell and the journey up from the mountain of Purgatory, ending in perfection in Paradise.