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Published on Oct 18, 2012
Technorama Facade - Winterthur, Switzerland. In 2002, Ned Kahn worked with the Swiss Science Center, and their architects, Durig and Rami, to create a 6-story tall facade for the museum which is composed of thousands of aluminum panels that move in the air currents and reveal the complex patterns of turbulence in the wind. The entire facade of the museum is 220' long and was covered by 80,000 wind-animated panels. The brushed aluminum surface of the panels reflects light and color from the sky and surrounding buildings. The facade is the visual focal point of a large urban plaza in front of the museum. Completed in 2002.