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From the series ‘Reflexionen Eins’ by Matthias Heiderich. Matthias is a self taught photographer who lives in Berlin, Germany and loves architecture. He is a 32-year-old landscape photographer, heavily influenced by architecture, graphic design, colour and the urban landscape, seems primarily concerned about the composition and the colors. The symmetry and truth that comes out of every building as a living organism. Combining colorful and vibrant images he creates somehow unreal and yet timeless landscapes that represent Berlin in wonderful facets
The ‘Atriumhaus’ – a beautifully designed atrium house in Händelallee, Hansaviertel, Berlin by award-winning architecture studio bfs d of Berlin
With a sure hand bfs architects have helped an atrium house in Berlin’s famous Hansaviertel back to its former glamour. The modernist building was part of the 1957 building exhibition in Berlin’s Tiergarten park. It was designed by Eduard Ludwig, who among other things also designed the airlift monument at Tempelhof airport.
Photographs by Annette Kisling | Text by: Mirko Beetschen
The Olympic Stadium in Berlin, Germany – beautifully photographed in black and white by German photographer Andreas Levers
‘Tankstelle Bülowstrasse’ – A Gas Station at Bülowstrasse 18 in Berlin, Germany / A beautiful architecture project that transformed an old 1950s Shell gas station into the new home for Swiss gallery owner Juerg Judin, designed by award winning Berlin-based architecture studio ‘bfs d‘ together with ‘planbb brakel / photographs by Annette Kisling
Photograph of the giant sliding hangar gates of Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, location of the Berlin Airlift of June 1948 / unknown photographer
Photography of an installation created by Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota.
/// The installation, named ” In Silence”, was inspired by one of the artist’s personal traumatic memories as a child, having witnessed her neighbor’s house burning down. The pieces tangled up in black thread are echoing a sketch-like imagery and the burnt piano is in fact a direct memory of the artist, as it resembles her neighbor’s piano blazed up in smoke.
Russian Second World War II Memorial, Treptower Park, Berlin / photograph by Ronny Behnert
photograph by Akos Major
Beautiful black and white photograph of the Sony Center Roof at Potsdamer Platz, Berlin / by Ronny Behnert
Bell Tower in Berlin, Germany / photograph by Tom Radenz – available as art print
Ronny Behnert / db tower, Potsdamer Platz, Berlin
Black and white architectural photograph of the roof of the Sony Center, Potsdamer Platz, Berlin, Germany / © Hovercraftdoggy
East Side Gallery of the Berlin Wall / Photograph by Akos Major
Photograph of the Jewish Holocaust memorial in Berlin Germany by architect Peter Eisenmann / © Hovercraftdoggy
A couple of photographs from a recent visit to Berlin.
One, the ‘House of World Cultures’, the other showing
the roof of the ‘Velodrom’.
We can’t wait to go back in summer. :)
‘Colour Berlin’ photo series by Matthias Heiderich