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3Deluxe's Leonardo Glass Cube in Germany Photographed by Dynamic Forms / Martin Foddanu Photography

Project name:
Leonardo Glass Cube
Architecture firm:
Bad Driburg, Germany
Dynamic Forms / Martin Foddanu Photography
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Built area:
2900 m²
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Environmental & MEP:
Licht & Gestaltung Schiefer GmbH
Metallbau Renneke
Tools used:
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom
Glaskoch B. KOCH JR. GMBH & CO. KG
Exhibition Center

The Leonardo Glass Cube in Bad Driburg was designed by the German design studio 3deluxe and celebrated its opening in March 2007. After numerous innovative temporary design projects and architectural concepts, the Glass Cube is the first permanent building 3deluxe was able to realize. The architecture was commissioned by the company Glaskoch, better known as “Leonardo”, as a show and communication space.

exhibition center building with green landscape at surrounding image © Dynamic Forms / Martin Foddanu Photography 

The Westphalian family business is already producing its creative and innovative glass articles in the 5th generation and distributes them worldwide. On 2900 square meters, the futuristic building shows visitors the philosophy and visions of the company. The 3deluxe team skillfully combines the organically flowing forms of the interior with the facade and exterior surfaces. The result is a light as well as fragile architectural design that seems to look directly into the soul of the company.

Leonardo Glass Cube  in Bad Driburg, Germany


About Dynamic Forms / Martin Foddanu Photography 

Martin Foddanu is a freelance photographer, specialized in architecture photography. Through his dynamic visualization of futuristic architecture his photos have a high recognition value. Based in Hamburg, Germany, Martin travels the world to create atmospheric architectural photo reportages.

“I have spent half my life dealing with architecture. Already during my studies of architecture my special passion were futuristic and dynamic designs. Now as a photographer, I am fortunate to live in a time where many new architectural developments are emerging. Architecture is about to change. You can see it in many futuristic buildings all over the world. As a photographer, I have made it my task to visualize and document this change.”

By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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