Rainbow Panorama


The Rainbow Panorama by Olafur Eliasson on the rooftop of the Aros museum in Aarhus, Denmark looks absolutely mind blowing. I want to be there during a sunrise or sunset to walk around and see how the light and colors come alive (yes, I will probably be adding this to my bucket list to visit after I finish typing this). The collection of work that Olafur Eliasson and his team has done is extraordinary. I spent some time going through the projects and wow, brilliant stuff my friends. Brilliant.

Photos // 1- Aros 2-4 from Olafur Eliasson

20 comments:

Ladies Holiday said...

Now that is a destination...I would love to visit someday! ~Deirdre

Muslim Girls Names said...

Me too, this is one of the best Architecture i've ever seen. So great. I live in Germany, Denmark is not far away

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Jennifer F-American Mom in Bordeaux said...

That's very impressive. You're right - worth adding on the bucket list. Thanks for sharing it.

Claire T said...

I've been there a few weeks ago as I LOVE the museum and Denmark and it is AMAZING and you can take the most interesting photos without having to edit them lol

But yeah if you ever get there go and I'm not boasting it just is brilliant!

C. said...

I'm not sure I can muster up more than "wow." This is beautiful! I'd love to go at sunset/sunrise and see all those colors. Thank you for sharing this! Maybe I can convince them to build one on top of my building.

CHEVRON and GEOMETRICS said...

This really does take my breath away. I would love to go at sunset as well! It would be sublime. xxxx

Jamie Herzlinger said...

So creative! We can finally all see the world through "rose colored glasses" and so many other shades!!

JASR said...

Wow! Would love to experience this as well. Thanks for sharing this! =)

Uncle Beefy said...

GASP! LOVE it! Those Danes... I tell ya'! One more thing to love about 'em!

Eva @ Sycamore Street Press said...

I LOVE THIS! Wow, thanks for sharing, Rachel, I hadn't seen this one yet. I've been an Olaffur Eliasson fan for a long time (although I obv. don't do the best job of keeping up.) The show at the MoMA a few years back... I loved it. And I really wish I could have seen that show he did at the Tate Modern a long time ago where it looked like a sun was setting inside the big hall... Always brilliant.

elena nuez said...

Amazing and I loooooove it!

Taylor said...

gorgeous!

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Silvia Mazzone said...

This is thoughtful architecture

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WOW!Amazing!Those are really breath-taking!

Sarah said...

Wow - so cool. Walking in the middle of a rainbow!!

Sarah
www/acatlikecuriosity.blogspot.co.uk

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Elif said...

Marvellous

Paoo said...

wow. it indeed looks brilliant!

I would love to add seeing it on my Bucket List as well but I'm pretty sure that I won't make it cause its in the opposite side of the world for me xD

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