Photographs From ‘Architecture Of Density’ Project. Showcasing Highly Dense Buildings In Hong...

Photographs From ‘Architecture Of Density’ Project. Showcasing Highly Dense Buildings In Hong Kong

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The project ‘Architecture Of Density‘ resembles almost a group of bee hive densely packed. It is based on the study on compressed structure of architectures at Hong Kong done by ‘Michael Wolf‘. It basically represents the redundant style of buildings which intimidates onlookers with its forest like visual expansion.

This is entirely about Hong Kong’s rapid expansion in infrastructure and the method of skeleton it designs for each high rises. Wolf’s compositions are laced with evidence of human life — clothes lines, plants, mops and air conditioning units survey.

Know who is Michael Wolf?

“I bundled up wife and son and sent them back to Germany and I stayed in Hong Kong and started working on ‘Architecture of Density,’ so it was basically a situation where I really felt this need to do my own interpretation of the city”

– Michael Wolf for NewRepublic.com

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

The Architecture of Density Photographs

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

Hong Kong "Architecture of Density" by Michael Wolf

© Michael Wolf

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