The Architecture of Density :: Photographs by Michael Wolf

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Architecture of Density is a photographic exploration by Munich-born photographer Michael Wolf. He now resides in Hong Kong, where these photographs were taken. This project is a visualization of what occurs in a place as densely populated as Hong Kong. When people run out of space, they build up. These buildings seem limitless, and that is not a Photoshop illusion or repeated pattern. At first glance, these scenes look very monotonous, epitomes of a concrete jungle. But, looking more closely, we can see a dappling of human elements—a clothesline, curtains, a chair— disrupting the perfect geometric patterns of the high-rises. Look closely, and see what you can find.

>> See more photographs by Michael Wolf at photomichaelwolf.com.

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