BANDALOOP celebrates BMW Headquarters’ fiftieth birthday
With a powerful facade and visionary development and spatial idea, BMW headquarters has turn into a timeless icon for town of Munich, Germany, in addition to the automotive model itself, because it opened in 1972. The “suspended tower”, a reputation that acknowledges its modern engineering created by Karl Schwanzer, celebrates its fiftieth birthday with an inventive, dynamic efficiency that highlights its distinctive design. American dance firm BANDALOOP spectacular reworked the constructing onto a 100 meter excessive stage.
Comply with BMW Headquarters’ fiftieth anniversary celebration with design growth.
Constructed between 1970 and 1972, the BMW headquarters has turn into an architectural icon of the post-war period
picture courtesy of BMW AG
50 years as a post-war architectural icon
Inbuilt Munich between 1970 and 1972 BMW The headquarters has turn into a world-renowned architectural icon within the post-war period. Designed by the Austrian architect Professor Karl Schwanzer, the constructing debuted many first-timers in Europe in addition to the remainder of the world. Its iconic facade consists of over 3,000 components manufactured for the primary time in Europe utilizing the Japanese forged aluminum course of. The constructing’s 4 cylinders are suspended in a cross-shaped metal beam development on the roof. The higher flooring had been first created for time effectivity on the bottom after which moved hydraulically up the huge tower shaft. In the present day, colleagues from over 104 nations work facet by facet within the landmark.
The constructing’s distinctive development suspends its 4 cylinders from a cross-shaped metal beam construction on the roof
picture courtesy of BMW AG
BANDALOOPS MOMENTUM CURVE PERFORMANCE
Based in 1991 by Amelia Rudolph, BAND LOOP seamlessly weaves dynamic physicality, intricate choreography and climbing method to show the dance ground on its facet. The Oakland, California-based firm reimagines dance, prompts public areas like BMW Headquarters, and conjures up audiences worldwide with its actually hovering performances.
the dance efficiency celebrates 50 years because the opening of the Karl Schwanzer-designed headquarters
picture by Brooke Anderson. picture courtesy of BMW AG and BANDALOOP
Titled “Momentum Curve”, BANDALOOP’s unique efficiency for BMW Headquarters’ fiftieth anniversary celebrates the distinctive structure, particularly its iconic facade. With 12 vertical dancers, the ensemble created a weightless synthesis for an interaction between structure and dance. The choreography by Melecio Estrella, BANDALOOP inventive director, was accompanied by specifically composed music by Ben Juodvalkis.
‘We have now taken inspiration from the curvature of this constructing and realized that the human physique is expressed in curves and spirals. After we consider the acceleration that BMW represents properly, we mirror on the pace of the human coronary heart, which propels us in direction of a vibrant world for future generations,added Melecio Estrella, Creative Director and Choreographer BANDALOOP.