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The Lanxi Curtilage, International Intangible Cultural Heritage Park, Chengdu, China designed by Archi Union Architects Inc and photographed by SHEN ZhonghaiThe Lanxi Curtilage, International Intangible Cultural Heritage Park, Chengdu, China designed by Archi Union Architects Inc and photographed by SHEN Zhonghai The Lanxi Curtilage, International Intangible Cultural Heritage Park, Chengdu, China designed by Archi Union Architects Inc and photographed by SHEN Zhonghai The Lanxi Curtilage, International Intangible Cultural Heritage Park, Chengdu, China designed by Archi Union Architects Inc and photographed by SHEN Zhonghai

The Lanxi Curtilage, International Intangible Cultural Heritage Park, , designed by Archi Union Architects Inc and photographed by SHEN Zhonghai

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In his ‘Architecture of Density’ photo series, German photographer Michael Wolf explores the incredible urban landscapes of Hong Kong. Stripped of all outer context like sky or ground, his photos only show fragments of massive blocks of flats, both crumbling or still in construction. The way their monotone and repetitive details occupy the whole frame is mesmerizing, and makes you think about all the walls we build around ourselves. (via demilked)/ for more great Art, Architecture, Design and Photography works, come follow us now on Facebook or visit us on Pinterest

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We have a long way to go

'The Great Wall at Dawn' - the Great Wall of China

‘The Great Wall at Dawn’ – the Great Wall of China, captured by Dublin based architectural and performance photographer Ste Murray

 

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We hang on by a thread

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Beautiful photograph of the colorful cable cars of Long Qing Xia Canyon, 50 miles north of Beijing, China captured by Jessica Gunawan Albindo

At the entrance to Long Qing is a village named Gu Cheng Cun, which was the empress’ garden during the Ming dynasty. Long means dragon and Qing means honor or celebrate, Xia means gorge. The legend says that dragons go there to celebrate because of the natural beauty of Long Qing Xia.

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We want a better climate

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Photograph of a man sitting in a deck chair in-front of a large coal power plant in Jining, Shandong Provinz / documented by Philipp Scholz Rittermann, from his series ‘Emperor’s River’ documenting China’s economic boom and its victims along the its Grand Canal that stretching thousands of miles from Beijing to near Shanghai.

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We make our way back

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Beautiful night time photograph of Marshalling Train Station, China / photographed by Zong Qin.

 

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