Bringing back the photography inspiration series, the second post is going to be about architecture photography. I’ve picked out four photos about different spaces where white is the absolute protagonist. Don’t know if it’s a destiny trick, but turns out that three out of four photos are taken inside a museum and two of them are from Berlin, the city where I crave going back to. Didn’t mean doing it!
The first one shows the interior of the Jewish Museum in Berlin located in the heart of Kreuzberg, the Little Istanbul. A stunning art complex where the old and the new play together hiding minimalist halls. The second one is outside the Bauhaus-archiv also in Berlin, a must visit museum if you enjoy design. The building itself deserves taking the time to admire it! The next space takes us to the interior of La Haya city hall. No words for this one! And the last but not least, the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, in Helsinki. Architecture photography can be as amazing as looking at the buildings themselves, a pleasure!
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