"The blue gives both contrast to white areas of the building and the colored sections," Eis said. "Changing the real sky with a blue background is also a part of the isolation of the building from the environment. That reduces the content of the image to only the building itself."
Buildings of The Barcode Project are pictured at sunset in Oslo, Norway. The row of new high-rise buildings are part of a redevelopment on former dock and industrial land in central Oslo, due to be completed in 2014. #architecture ☮k☮
Panoramic Round House has a 360-Degree View of the Spanish Countryside
Architect, designer, and photographer Jan Vranovsky is one of my favourite people to follow on Tumblr. On his blog, Parallel World, he captures Japan and other cities in East Asia in a very precise, perfectly alien, sorta way. Have a look … Continue reading →