The Time Machine series is a photographic exploration of Bauhaus and Art Deco caracoles (spiral stairways) in Budapest, Hungary. The series captures these unnoticed architectural masterpieces from a different perspective, evoking the idea of an infinite vortex that feels out of this world.


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It's as if one was standing between two points in space and time, as space and time themselves lose meaning. Getting lost in the shapes, the spiral, facing a portal that leads to another time, another place, perhaps another universe.

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Albu Paul 5 months ago

Wow, where in budapest is this?

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Emre 6 months ago

this one is so original

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bertrand colin 6 months ago

yeahhhhh ... but this one is not staircase!! I think that everybody can observe the absence of ... stairs (it's a beautiful photo but totally off topic

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-- 6 months ago

its a warp hole to another dimension!

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woodbehr 5 months ago

love that it isn't perfectly round but has slight variations

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Benedict 6 months ago

Amazingly fun disabled ramp maybe ;p ?

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Nancy Arnold 5 months ago

I wonder how many people have tried to slide down the banister?

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Cris Ling 5 months ago

Stairway to heaven?¿

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Scooter Allexis 5 months ago

Excellent synergy, fine wood craftsmanship and energetically well balanced