Bernhard Edmaier's highly unconventional landscape photography is suitable to underpin your environment-friendly company philosophy or to accentuate your company's presence on the international stage.
The motifs can be enlarged and reproduced on a number of materials ranging from glass or synthetic material to canvas, various fabrics or special foil without the quality suffering in the process.
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Bernhard Edmaier's 'Images of the Earth' are suitable for many different purposes and intents to make prestigious designs of buildings and interiors. Below you can sample some of them:
BMW, the Bavarian automaker, focuses on sustainability with its new BMW i series - its first electric-hybrid vehicles. To emphasize this idea, BMW presents its philosophy and vehicle parts of the BMW i series on video screens sourrounded by Bernhard Edmaier's landscape images in its Munich showroom at Lenbachplatz.
Both of his aerial images show the green Sibirian tundra in summer and an Icelandic glacier with a sky blue meltwater lake. The motifs – each more than 10 m wide and 3 m high - are reproduced on a special textile and are illuminated from behind with the use of LED technology.
The Bavarian Ministry of environment furnished two conference rooms with aerial photographs of Bernhard Edmaier.
14 motifs of the series "Water" are showcased in the main conference room – the largest format measures 150 x 150 cm. 10 motifs of the series "Rocks" hang in a smaller conference room.
The images are FineArtPrints mounted behind LUXAR museum glass. For more information about this production method, click FineArtPrints.
The Dutch architect's office, UN Studio, used Bernard Edmaier’s images as a part of their interior design for the new Executive Agency and Tax Office Building in Groningen - a workplace of 2,500 people.
The images were selected in compliance with the planned colour scheme (see the drawing) and reproduced on a special foil measuring 300 x 170 cm. They were installed in the communal areas on each floor.
An aerial image of Aletsch Glacier (the largest glacier in the Swiss Alps) printed on a 20 x 30 metre panel of fabric was produced for the City Theatre in Bern as the stage backdrop for the performance of the Bertold Brecht’s opera “The Rise and Fall of Mahagony.”
This greatly enlarged image was produced by Big Image, a company located in Berlin-Stahnsdorf.
The Linde Group – an international engineering company – had the interiors of its Head Office lifts furnished with Bernhard Edmaier’s images. Each lift contains a spectacularly backlit aerial image stretching across one of its walls.
The Five Boats – an office building located in Duisburg harbour area, completed in 2004 – was designed by a well-known London architect Nicholas Grimshaw, built by Architekten 24 and furnished by another renowned interior design office Bahl in Hagen, Germany. This seven-floor high office complex consists of 5 boat-shaped buildings connected via linking sections.
In addition to a spectacular facade illumination, the linking sections are furnished with 10 images – two on each floor. The images come from Earthsong, a collection of Bernhard Edmaier’s most spectacular images and a bestseller. Each image measures 170 x 170 cm and is mounted behind high-quality acrylic glass.