Michael Wolf — Architecture of Density  http://www.weheart.co.uk/2014/02/10/michael-wolf-architecture-of-density/

Michael Wolf — Architecture of Density http://www.weheart.co.uk/2014/02/10/michael-wolf-architecture-of-density/

by Michael Wolfs Hong Kong.

Can you believe these are actually apartments? The stunning images of Hong Kong ‘living cubicles’ that look just like Borg cubes

hong kong building exterior...

Michael Wolf's Architecture of Density at Flowers Gallery

I find this building profound in its telling of the human rat race.

I find this building profound in its telling of the human rat race.

Hong Kong Architecture Photography by the German-born photographer Michael Wolf. He documents the extreme densities of Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Architecture Photography by the German-born photographer Michael Wolf. He documents the extreme densities of Hong Kong.

Photographs by Michael Wolf. "An architecture of density" http://butdoesitfloat.com/An-architecture-of-density

Photographs by Michael Wolf. "An architecture of density" http://butdoesitfloat.com/An-architecture-of-density

Michael WolfGuest Instagram - Bobby Scheidemann

Michael WolfGuest Instagram - Bobby Scheidemann (http://badbananas.tumblr.com/)


More ideas
Thought you had a bad commute. Compare to these people... Michael Wolf's Tokyo Compression exhibition: Eleven million commuters use Tokyo's transport network every morning, with suburban and subway trains reliably packed to the brim from first light to late morning. It is a sign that Tokyo's tsukin jigoku [commuting hell] has grown steadily out of hand that the railway companies have employed white-gloved oshiya (pushers) to shove passengers into carriages since 1955.

Photos reveal squashed Tokyo subway commuters squeezed on to trains

Thought you had a bad commute. Compare to these people... Michael Wolf's Tokyo Compression exhibition: Eleven million commuters use Tokyo's transport network every morning, with suburban and subway trains reliably packed to the brim from first light to late morning. It is a sign that Tokyo's tsukin jigoku [commuting hell] has grown steadily out of hand that the railway companies have employed white-gloved oshiya (pushers) to shove passengers into carriages since 1955.

Wolf exhibits large prints that are either 48 by 64 inches or 70 by 90 inches, emphasizing the immense scale of the buildings. Photo by Michael Wolf, courtesy of the Flowers Gallery.

Megacity Living in Hong Kong: Architecture of Density

Wolf exhibits large prints that are either 48 by 64 inches or 70 by 90 inches, emphasizing the immense scale of the buildings. Photo by Michael Wolf, courtesy of the Flowers Gallery.

Imagem sufocante 05

Imagens “sufocantes” de um dia qualquer no metrô de Tóquio

The Japanese Metro - Micheal Wolf took these pictures of people in a crowded Japanese metro. | #Photography |

The Japanese Metro - Micheal Wolf took these pictures of people in a crowded Japanese metro. | #Photography |

Pinterest
Search