Hong Kong Architecture


There's something slightly jarring about these pictures: Michael Wolf: Hong Kong: Architecture of Density. (via.)

Perhaps it's the flat perspective he's chosen; it makes the towers look like they climb to the sky. Whether he's used a shift lens, or just photographed from the middle of the buildings, it's extraordinarily effective technique. Even for someone like me, who lives in Hong Kong, these pictures are impressive and yet alienating.

I much prefer his "corner houses" project: Michael Wolf: Corner Houses.

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