I’m a Hungarian photographer. My mainstream is the built environment, the buildings, and the details within them. The less is more.
I first started to capture buildings of one of the most successful Hungarian architects in their present state as part of a collaboration, and then as a small grant. These are the works of Marcel Breuer. There are many archive and old photos of his buildings, but few fresh ones. The project is big enough, and maybe it will get someone’s attention so I can continue. In addition to documentation, I focus on the details.
Marcel Breuer was a Bauhaus master and then, an architect. His style was modern architecture but many people say it’s brutalism.
I take a lot of pictures of buildings, sometimes I post them on Instagram.
I’ve photographed the following buildings: The Met Breuer (NYC), Lehman College (NYC), Pirelli building (New Haven), IBM Research Center (La Gaude, France), Baldegg Kloster (Baldegg, Switzerland), Doldertal Houses (Zürich, Switzerland). I’ll visit U.S Embassy (The Hague), De Bijenkorf (Rotterdam) soon.
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Pirelli building’s windows
Details of Baldegg Kloster
Concrete wall details of IBM Research Center
Window of The Met Breuer
Wing of the Baldegg Kloster
Reflection in the Lehman College
Stairway at the IBM Research Center
Light windows at the Baldegg Kloster
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