We started to work on the project called Elevations in 2013. In the project we depict buildings from different cities as architectural elevation drawings in an attempt to capture the architectural features that give a city its unique character. Below is a selection of 15 cities from the first five years’ work.
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Paris Elevations featuring Sacré-Cœur, Palais Garnier, Arc de Triomphe, Pont Marie and Centre Georges Pompidou.
London Elevations featuring St Paul’s Cathedral, Nelson’s Column, Marble Arch, Big Ben and Georgian Townhouses.
Berlin Elevations featuring Brandenburger Tor, Berliner Siegessäule, Am Kupfergraben 10, Berliner Fernsehturm and Neue Nationalgalerie.
Stockholm Elevations featuring Stockholm buildings: Kaknästornet, Stockholm City Hall, City Library, Concert Hall and Stortorget.
Copenhagen Elevations featuring Grundtvigs Kirke, Marmorkirken, Danmarks Nationalbank, Vor Frelsers Kirke and Nyhavn.
Shanghai Elevations featuring Shanghai Customs House, Longhua Pagoda, Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center and Oriental Pearl Tower.
Tokyo Elevations featuring Nakagin Capsule Tower, SIA Aoyama building, H House, Bloomberg pavilion and Tod´s Omotesando building.
Los Angeles Elevations featuring the Theme Building at LAX, Chemosphere, Hollywood Sign, Eastern Columbia Building and the Eames House.
New York Elevations featuring One World Trade Center, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Woolworth Building, High Line and Chrysler Building.
Florence Landmarks featuring Il Duomo, Santo Spirito and Basilica di Santa Croce.
Dubai Landmarks featuring Burj al Arab, Cayan Tower and Burj Khalifa.
Marrakech Landmarks featuring Koutoubia Mosque, Bab Agnaou and Ben Youssef Madrasa.
Melbourne Landmarks featuring Melbourne Star, Finger Street Station and Eureka Tower.
Rio Landmarks featuring Christ the Redeemer, Carioca Aqueduct, Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum and Gran Melia Nacional.
Rome Landmarks featuring St Peter’s Basilica, Pantheon and the ruins of Forum Romanum.
Los Angeles Elevations
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