The exciting world of urban architecture with unexpected perspectivesBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-exciting-world-of-urban-architecture-with-unexpected-perspectives
Talented urban photographer from the Netherlands Jeroen van Damme this year was included in the shortlist of Sony World Photography Awards.
Present his portfolio includes images taken around the world from London to Hong Kong. You'll see a ruined bunker during the Second world war, an abandoned power plant, where the film "blade Runner 2049", apartment house, which became a place of filming of "the hunger games", and more.
"I'm not one of those photographers that love to shoot only beautiful, romantic and popular tourist spots. I'm more interested in the fact that at first glance seem to be ordinary or unattractive. And if you take a picture this place differently, people will see how wrong they were!
Sometimes I get comments from people who live in the neighborhood off my location, but never realized what was hidden right under their noses. I am very happy when because of my work people are starting to take a closer look around and appreciate the city in which they live," says Jeroen van Damme.
Residential complex Espaces Abraxas in the Paris suburb of Choisy-Le-Grand. Designed By Ricardo Bofill. That's the building you could see in "the hunger games".
Left hotel Inntel Zaandam is similar to the building of surreal tales. Zaandam, The Netherlands. To the right is one of Vienna gasometro, a former Gasometer, converted into trendy residential complex. Vienna, Austria.
High-rise building in Hong Kong with a yard-a well. Absolutely hypnotic spectacle!
The floors of the apartment building, as if stretching to infinity, one of the most populous Metropolitan areas in the world — Macau, China.
On the left the glowing lights of the street market in Hong Kong. To the right is one of the favorite places of urban climbers in Vienna.
Inside the basement of a large cooling tower (cooling towers) in Belgium.
Left — inside a collapsed bunker during the Second world war in Vienna. To the right is an abandoned power plant in Hungary, which was used for filming of the movie "blade Runner 2049".
Some cryptic location below ground. The Netherlands.
Construction site in Paris, which looks like a missile silo.
Railway tunnel in Stuttgart, which looks like the entrance to the underworld.
On the left — illumination of an abandoned Gasometer in Belgium. Right — abandoned and overgrown railway in Paris.
Under construction railway tunnel in Stuttgart, which should be completed in 2021.
Left — train new York subway at the turn to the right — walk on the roofs at Rotterdam.
One of the gargoyles of Notre Dame, Paris. Looks like a scene from the movie!
The drainage tunnel, Madrid.
Left — photo taken at the top of the iconic building in Rotterdam, which houses offices, apartments and a hotel. Right — the mayor of London.
Stunning view from a high roof in the night Vienna.
Railway tunnel near Paris.
The metro in Stockholm does look like a giant art gallery. This photo was taken at the city station T-Centralen.
According to the photographer, the study of urban spaces has opened his eyes to the world around him, forced to go out of your comfort zone and help me become a more open person.