Posts tagged ‘buildings’

decay photography

Abandoned Buildings by Matthias Haker

Matthias Haker is a self-taught photographer currently living in Dresden, Germany. He’s specializing in architectural and interior photography as well as people, portrait, fashion and wedding photography. Let’s take a look at his decay photography collection … original and inspiring. Enjoy!

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bridge night photography

Black and White Cityscapes by Martin Stavars

Martin Stavars is a talented photographer from Czestochowa, Poland, currently living in London. He specializes in black and white cityscapes, landscapes and night photography. His work has been recognized in numerous international competitions. Martin traveled more than 20 countries, with Asia holding the key spots with the most visits. Let’s take a look at his …

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Amazing contemporary villa

Creative Architecture Ideas

Today’s collection is going to be a mix of amazing exterior and interior architecture designs. For most of us villas featured are out of reach .) but at least we may admire the creativity and luxury. And of course, we always may get inspired, right?! .) What about a cool contemporary beach house? Check The …

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The Golden Gate Bridge

Famous Historical Constructions

Today we’ll take a look back into the past. We’ll show you a collection of photos documenting various famous constructions. You have to admit, it’s not an everyday thing building constructions such as the Eiffel Tower, Golden Gate Bridge, Tower Bridge, Capitol, Disneyland or the Empire State Building. Enjoy!

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Architecture Photography – Being Able To See Everything

Sometimes architectural creations are so big in dimensions that a human eye just cannot seize the entire ensemble in its complete magnificence and grandeur. Think about Egyptian Pyramids or American Pentagon building, for example. Or, on the contrary, we may perceive the entire building in too general perspective totally forgetting about small yet beautiful and …

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modern building

HDR Architecture Photography – Expanding the Horizons

Architecture and photography – these are two separate forms of art, each living their separate, unique, and independent lives at the first sight. However, the points of contact between architecture and photography are really numerous. Today, we want to show you magnificent results of the art process, stemming from the amazing and impressive fusion of …

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modern building

Modern Architecture – Citius, Altius, Fortius!

Indeed, the motto of the Olympic Games, which is translated into English as “Faster, Higher, Stronger”, can fit pretty nicely the modern architecture, which generates the most audacious ideas and immediately realizes them, creating stronger constructions, higher buildings and doing all that much faster than ever before. Whether it is an impressive skyscraper in glass …

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Qatar stadium

Conceptual Architecture Showcase – Breaking the Limits

No one can stop the flight of the conceptual architects’ thought. We bet they keep on working even at night during the sleep – and at this time their vigorous imagination and restless mind picture unbelievable and grotesque buildings in front of their closed eyes. How delightful it would be to see all those unique …

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oval helix stairs

The Geometry of Modern Architecture

Who said that architecture is only about rectangular shapes and straight lines? Indeed, the architects have always tried to make their creations unique, experimenting with forms, shapes, and lines in their projects. Rounded shapes are among the finest and the most delicate shapes in architecture. Actually, it is the use of such unusual shapes and …

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abandoned villa

The Untold Stories of Abandoned Houses – Photography Showcase

No matter how sad and frustrating it may sound to us, it is still an undeniable fact that everything in this world has its beginning and its end. Changes are omnipresent, constant, and inevitable in every aspect of our life. They are, actually, the source of progress and evolution. They make us move forward and …

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