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Michael Wolf : Architecture of Density

Urban Barcode by Manuel Irriter

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Michael Wolf Photography: Hong Kong's Architecture of Density | New Republic

These Unbelievable Photos Make Hong Kong Look Like Abstract Art

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With the growth in the world's population we will all be living in these concrete monumental buildings soon

lostinpattern:  Untitled by Pilar Almagro Paz  Montevideo, Uruguay

Blue building by Pilar Almagro Paz (looks like a horizontally compressed exterior of a Hong Kong building)

Kowloon - yes somebody actually built this and people live here - a LOT of people

香港!Kowloon Walled City was a densely populated, largely ungoverned settlement in Kowloon, Hong Kong. In the Walled City contained residents within its sq mi) borders

Architecture of density - Michael Wolf

Architecture of Density, Photos Highlight Patterns & Textures of Hong Kong Apartment Towers

Architectural Patterns by Manuel Mira Godinho – Fubiz™

Architectural Patterns by Manuel Mira Godinho

Like Alexandre Jacques‘s work, Portuguese photographer Manuel Mira Godinho also takes pictures of buildings’ facades which inspire him.

Housing in Hong Kong

Vertigo-Inducing Photos of Hong Kong Housing Show Just How Dense It Is

Photographer Michael Wolf, captures the dizzying density of living in Hong Kong with his new series, Architecture of Density.

I love being able to be able to get a glimpse into windows at night

Photographer Anne-Laure House photographs illuminated windows at night in cities around the world, and arranges them into beautiful collages.(Amsterdam)- love this. reminds me of 'rear window' ;

Urban Barcode of Hong Kong by Manuel Irritier

Urban Barcode is a photographic series shot in one of the most over-populated cities in the world, Hong Kong. Manuel Irriter’s lense captures the lack of space with close-up views on the cit. by Manuel Irriter

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