Empty Architecture

About Empty Architecture

Urban and architectural decay often appeals to my imagination. While some consider the un-finished parts of the city as ugly or disturbing, others feel they make an area more interesting than the picture perfect urban fabric containing nothing, not filled or occupied.

The fascination with these spaces is widespread and perennial. Decaying structures, derelict places, doomed spaces and other urban imperfections have been the inspiration for many architects, artists photographers and writers since long ago. I’ve been sucked by this black hole of doomed Empty Architecture as well.

From this conception, it’s the imagination of the visitor who completes the virtual projection of the un-built.

 

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I go there everyday

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Unfinished

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Empty Architecture

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