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GIACOMO COSTA Florence -1970. His production includes Agglomerati, kaleidoscopic accumulations of urban buildings; Paesaggi (Landscapes), which features countryside or urban landscapes from where enormous monoliths stem out; Palazzi (Palaces),

GIACOMO COSTA Florence -1970. His production includes Agglomerati, kaleidoscopic accumulations of urban buildings; Paesaggi (Landscapes), which features countryside or urban landscapes from where enormous monoliths stem out; Palazzi (Palaces),

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/

Photographer Víctor Enrich Imagines the Same Building in Munich Configured in 88 Ways http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/12/photographer-victor-enrich-imagines-the-same-building-in-munich-configured-in-88-ways/

Photographer Víctor Enrich Imagines the Same Building in Munich Configured in 88 Ways http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/12/photographer-victor-enrich-imagines-the-same-building-in-munich-configured-in-88-ways/


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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.

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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.