rundetaarn, copenhagen

Wednesday 12 February 2014

In seven and a half helical rotations, Rundetaarn in Copenhagen transports pedestrians from the footpath to the top of the observatory tower. The steady incline to the top spirals between a monolithic brick floor and the rhythmic curves of the vaulted ceiling above. Embedded halfway up the journey is a gallery space, which during my visit, housed a exhibition on hand drawings. Super bonus, Secret Garden style.

Now that's what I call an arrival procession done right.


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