Les monuments Européens de nuit

Luke Shepard a réalisé des vidéos particulièrement réussies en timelapse animés d’une trentaine de monuments Européens vus de nuit avec leurs éclairages artificiels.

La liste des monuments dans l’ordre, avec le nom de l’architecte et leur emplacement :

Brandenburg Gate – Carl Gotthard Langhans – Berlin, Germany

Arc de Triomphe – Jean Chalgrin – Paris, France

Philharmonie Luxembourg – Christian de Portzamparc – Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

Atomium – André Waterkeyn – Brussels, Belgium

Palace of Westminster – Charles Berry – London, England

Copenhagen Opera House – Henning Larsen – Copehagen, Denmark

Trevi Fountain – Nicola Salvi – Rome, Italy

Belém Tower – Francisco de Arruda – Lisbon, Portugal

L’Hemisferic – Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela – Valencia, Spain

Berliner Dom – Julius Raschdorff – Berlin, Germany

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao – Frank Gehry – Bilbao, Spain

Cologne Cathedral – Willy Weyres – Cologne, Germany

Hungarian Parliament Building – Imre Steindl – Budapest, Hungry

Oslo Opera House – Tarald Lundevall – Oslo, Norwayv

The Shard – Renzo Piano – London, England

Fernsehturm Berlin – Hermann Henselmann and Jörg Streitparth – Berlin, Germany

Bode-Museum – Ernst von Ihne – Berlin, Germany

Sultan Ahmed Mosque – Sedefkar Mehmed Agha – Istanbul, Turkey

Alexander Nevsky Cathedral – Alexander Pomerantsev – Sofia, Bulgaria

Tower Bridge – Horace Jones and George D Stephenson – London, England

Prague Astronomical Clock – Mikuláš of Kadaň and Jan Šindel – Prague, Czech Republic

Fraumünster – Staffelbach Meier and Marc Chagall – Zurich, Switzerland

Palau de les Arts Reina Sofía – Santiago Calatrava – Valencia, Spain

Rathaus Vienna – Friedrich von Schmidt – Vienna, Austria

National Theatre – Denys Lasdun – Budapest, Hungry

Sagrada Família – Antoni Gaudí – Barcelona, Spain

Roman Colosseum – Vespasian and Titus – Rome, Italy

Under Krystallen – Schmidt Hammer Lassen – Copenhagen, Denmark