The same building re-imagined in 88 ways

Barcelona-based photographer and artist Victor Enrich has been notorious for taking buildings and restructuring them. Well, at least digitally. He’s taken structures from cities such as Munich and Tel Aviv, and tore them in half, tumbled them over, turned them into trumpets, or any combination he deems.

His latest series NHDK, he takes a building in Munich and reconfigures it in 88 ways. With 10 years’ worth of work in professional 3D architectural visualization, it was easy for Victor to apply 3D rendering techniques in discombobulating the building. The 88 realistic images present us with a different perspective of reality, making us question current norms and challenging us to look at the world with a different point of view.

Via This is Colossal

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