Forget visiting the art gallery — perhaps the most striking part of Germany’s Kunsthalle Hamburg is the outside of the Gallerie de Gegenwart building, which at night projects 3D visuals onto its walls. The rising and falling blocks and square-shaped patterns, along with occasional nods to modern architecture, mirror the design of the building itself while effectively breaking through it. The nature of the 3D imagery also alludes to the modern art within — Picasso, Klee and Beckman, among others. If you can’t make it to Germany, check out the video above for the next best thing. Kudos to Urbanscreen and art director Danier Rossa for blowing our minds this morning. [via Freshome]