Bauhaus Archive – Berlin

A museum about the Bauhaus School was designed by Walter Gropius back in 1964 and should have been built in Darmstadt, but local politicians prevented this. Berlin provided both money and space for the Bauhaus Archive museum, the construction was finished in 1979, but there was not much of left of Walter Gropius' original design except for the silhouette of the roof.

Abstract Shadows – Dessau

While visiting the Bauhaus site in Dessau back in 2017 we came across these shadows on the smooth concrete of the New Masters' houses.

Louisiana Garden – Humlebæk

The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, just north of Copenhagen, is well worth a visit for anybody finding themselves in Denmark. This pocket series contains photos from the landscaped sculpture garden with old trees and a great view of the sea.

Succulent collection – Zürich

Back in July while visiting my family back in Switzerland I got myself a LeRouge 66 pinhole camera and took it out the first time to the succulent collection (Sukkulenten-Sammlung Zürich).

Wohnstadt Carl Legien – Berlin

The Wohnstadt Carl Legien (residential town Carl Legien) in Prenzlauer Berg is part of Berlin's UNESCO heritage site listed modernist housing estates. It was built from 1928 to 1930 based on plans from Bruno Taut und Franz Hillinger