This blog offers a glimpse into current projects and older series from my archive.
Once bustling with activity, Planet Berlin now lies eerily silent. Its once crowded streets and places echo with the absence of voices, footsteps, laughter and traffic. Only a few lights are still on.
Water, the lifeblood of a city, weaves a narrative of sustenance and serenity. Rivers and lakes, like veins, pulse through urban landscapes, nurturing vitality. Fountains dance with liquid poetry in public squares, offering a respite. In this symbiotic dance, a city's essence converges with the fluidity of water, creating a harmonious flow that breathes life into its heart.
Rooms: expansive chambers, open and airy, boasting clean architectural lines, creating a sense of spaciousness and modernity. Sanctuaries, where the art of minimalism and simplicity paints the walls, inviting serenity to linger in every corner.
Berlin during the blue hour exudes a captivating tranquility. As twilight bathes the cityscape, the landmarks and their lights merge with the deepening azure sky, while a subtle calm settles, revealing Berlin's enigmatic beauty amidst the delicate transition from day to night.
In a whimsical urban fantasy, buildings spring to life, animated and eager to play games with their elements, forms and functions.
In architectural aesthetics, white emerges as the silent conductor of timeless grace, elegance and pristine simplicity. The White Files sing a visual hymn on this non-color, accentuating form and design with a sophisticated and enduring allure.
Some might see subway stations as mundane public transit locations. For me they are the cathedrals of the underground.
Lines and curves are the elements of a language on structures. Lines define precision and symmetry, leading the eye through a narrative of form. Curves add grace, softening the rigidity, creating a vision of fluidity. Together, they orchestrate a visual symphony, crafting spaces that transcend function.
Take a look at Berlin's architecture through the crystal ball.