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Dag 126 - 127: Arkitektoniske Betragtninger






Et par arkitektoniske billeder fra en kanalrundfart i København. Bemærk hvordan lysstofrørene i Mærsk hovedsædet nærmest får de bagvedliggende lokaler til at ligne et stort rum i stedet for mange små kontorer.

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  1. Hej Lars
    Som du måske ved så følger jeg din blog dagligt.
    Nu ser jeg at du bringer et billede fra A.P.Møllers hovedkontor på Esplanaden i København.
    Vil blot fortælle dig, da jeg har arbejdet på Esplanaden i 13 år, at det faktisk ikke er små kontorer, men kontorlandskaber der er på Esplanaden. Dit billede viser en god effekt med lyset, men der er ikke mange små kontorer på ESP.
    Mange hilsner
    Kurt Wagner

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  2. Hej Kurt,
    Mange tak for denne information. Jeg har desværre ikke været indenfor hos Mærsk, så det er godt at få rette på denne misforståelse af en tidligere "in-sider" :-)
    Mange hilsner
    Lars

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