Architecture of Density by Michael Wolf

May 06, 2013

These photos have been selected from Michael Wolf's 'Architecture of Density', which captures a haunting modern day Hong Kong, and the seemingly endless buildings of the mega city. When taken at face value these images bring to mind geometric patterning and cellular life as opposed to home and hearth. This is a captivating portrayal of life in the 21st century. To view more from the series check out Michael Wolf's website here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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