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GIANNI GALASSI PhotoGraphia

A showcase of Gianni Galassi's photographs, mostly focused on architecture, along with some musings about photography.

Construction Abstract | by Delia Seeberg seebergphotography.com

Construction Abstract | by Delia Seeberg seebergphotography.com

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This vibrant facade in Chicago makes this building stand out from the jungle of high rises.

Hong Kong / Michael Wolf / i always think of slit scanning when i look at these photos

One of the world’s most recognizable vertical city – Hong Kong – became subject to an interesting artistic endeavor. Photographer Michael Wolf‘s interpretation of the city was captured in a fascinating set of large scale color photographs entitled

Arte y Arquitectura: Urban Exploration / Jared Lim,© Jared Lim

Galería de Arte y Arquitectura: Urban Exploration / Jared Lim - 1

German photographer Florian W. Mueller offers us a minimalistic point of view on building around the world. From Hong Kong to New York, including Berlin and London, the artist caught more attractive and beautiful architectures. A series entitled Singularity I to discover.

Minimalistic Architecture Around the World

German photographer Florian W. Mueller offers us a minimalistic point of view on building around the world. From Hong Kong to New York, including Berlin and Lon

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Minimalist architectural photographs by Matthias Heiderich of the series Systems/Layers II. The selected photographs below are part Matthias Heiderich's se

Les façades des immeubles de la ville de Hong Kong vues par le photographe Michael Wolf. Un travail sur les motifs répétés des structures de béton qui donne à ces immeubles une impression d’infini et qui déshumanise encore un peu plus ces habitations.

Les façades des immeubles de la ville de Hong Kong vues par le photographe Michael Wolf. Un travail sur les motifs répétés des structures de béton qui donne à ces immeubles une impression d’infini et qui déshumanise encore un peu plus ces habitations.

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