photography and design


Corner Symmetry

In the words of the artist Zsolt Hlinka:

My Corner Symmetry series takes the ideas from Urban Symmetry, and brings them one step forward. The buildings taken out of their usual environments return, but this time in a much more dynamic and lively form. Staticness is taken over by movement, and the boundary of reflections is sharper and more pronounced thanks to the corners.In the new series, buildings keep more of their surroundings with them, so the illusion becomes even more realistic: however, no matter which side of these familiar looking buildings do we start our inspection first, we will always end up on the same points.The homogene sky with beautiful colors is still one of the trademarks of these photographs, which invite their viewers to a new surrealistic journey to the beautiful buildings of Budapest.


Architecture Photographed in Fall 

September 22nd marked the start of fall in the Northern Hemisphere. This season of the year is excellent for architectural photography due to the effects of nature, which delights us with wonderful red and orange foliage. To mark the beginning of this season, we have created a selection of 10 works captured in fall by prominent photographers such as Francisco Nogueira, Jorge López Conde, and Steve Montpetit.