Elbphilharmonie by Herzog & de Meuron Opens Up To Drone Scrutiny

Shortly before the official opening, set for January 11-12th of 2017, Herzog and de Meuron’s Elbphilharmonie has released an interactive video. Captured by two drones — called ‘rock’ and ‘roll’ — that flew around the empty concert hall in Captured with the help of two drones — called ‘rock’ and ‘roll’ — which went crazy inside the empty concert hall found in Hamburg, Germany, the video shows another side of musical art. Created by Jung von Matt Agency alongside Gestalt Communications, the technology allows us to enjoy the stunning architecture of the wonderful landmark without moving a muscle.

A single clip. slow or fast, the final version allows even smartphones users to view the grand hall and its incredible design to choose the speed of the video tour. The official web page is all set to offer you more information about the concert hall, the music program and tickets. After such a teaser, there will definitely be more art lovers willing to pay for the events than seats in the house.

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