Ruhr Residence 2018


Hidden behind gleaming metropolitan facades and architectural visions of the future, the urban life of past and present times becomes visible.

Mourning Hall East | Bochum

A pearl of brutalist architecture on today’s All Souls’ Day. The Mourning Hall East at the Central Cemetery in Bochum, designed by Ferdinand Keilmann and built between 1972-1974.  


The view from the hotel room sticks to the skyline of Overseas Chinese Town in Shenzhen. Social and architectural structures overlap and consolidate in the picture area to a new order.

Erste Ɯberlegungen

The Erste Bank was one of the first things I noticed when I arrived in Zagreb and I still can’t get it out of my mind. It’s not just because it’s everywhere, but it also…

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The night sets in early in the south of China, the bright and mostly gray urban scene is transformed into an artificial landscape, the shimmering light transforms the daytime inconspicuous scenes of the city to…

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