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architectural photography - Skovshoved Tankstation architectural photography - Skovshoved Tankstation
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architectural photography - view up architectural photography - view up
architectural photography - mirrors architectural photography - mirrors
fine art photography - trees fine art photography - trees
"Small House", St. Peter Ording / 03, 2014 "Small House", St. Peter Ording / 03, 2014
  • architectural photography - stairs

    Stairs leading from one place to another - as a place to pass through, while being a place in themselves. Their sculptural forms fascinate me, let me pause and look closer. 

    architectural photography - Skovshoved Tankstation

    Skovshoved tankstation was designed by Arne Jacobsen and built 1936. It is a beautiful little building with careful detailing. 

    architectural photography - Tribyg Architecture
    architectural photography - view up

    The main facades of buildings are their four sides. A fifth facade is understood as looking down on their roof tops from out of the sky. I have always found the opposite way quite attracting - and much easier accessible: being close to a building and looking up in the sky. Strong forms can be experienced, especially when minimised to black and white. 

    architectural photography - mirrors
    fine art photography - trees

    Concentrated to mere shapes of black outlines, the range of patterns of the trees around us is endless. Especially in winter time, when trees often are regarded as grey and dead, they unfold their inherent beauty of forms, painting beautiful pictures agains the grey skies like the most artistic silhouettes. I really enjoy these photographs, when printed on large canvas. 

    "Small House", St. Peter Ording / 03, 2014
    As an architect I deal with buildings in all kind of scales. But then again, there exist houses beyond all scale, so small in size, that they never where touched by the ideas of an architect. Constructed more than designed they fulfil, whatever their function is. They embody the essence of being a house, while at the same time one never looks like the other.

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