Category Archives: Architecture

Experimental Nightscapes by Marcin Stawiarz

“The most important virtue of a photographer is patience.” Marcin Stawiarz a.k.a. angelreich is a 29-year-old photographer from Poland. In the beginning, he mostly took landscapes, but nowadays he focuses on cityscapes. Even though our world is getting more and … Continue reading

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Old Japan Volume 4: Now and Then

The following vintage pictures were taken between the late 19th century and the early 20th century. In the second photos you can see the same place in our times. All of the images are property of Kjeld Duits from Old … Continue reading

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Old Japan Volume 3: Architecture

If you’re fond of Japanese culture and architecture you have to visit the Old photos of Japan photo blog. There are hundreds of pictures on the page, which is edited and maintained by Kjeld Duits. It’s an amazing collection of … Continue reading

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Designed by Hundertwasser: The Hot Springs Village of Styria

Roger Bad Blumau was built in the middle of nowhere fields and meadows of Austria, located 60 km far from Graz. I think that the green roofs, round shapes, golden domes and colorful facades are overly enchanting and mystical. The … Continue reading

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