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” Spomenik #1″ , 2006 / 101 cm X 124 cm
© Jan Kempenaers
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4×5″ NEG, 2008. Constructional architecture from Iceland
© Rasmus Norlander
Arkitekturfotograf Rasmus Norlander
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On July 2, 2002, Jean and Harlow Cagwin watched as their home — the last remnant of their 118-acre cattle farm in Lockport, Illinois — was torn down clearing the way for a new housing development. Several years later, Ed and Amanda Grabenhofer and their four children moved into the new Willow Walk subdivision, their house just yards from where the Cagwin’s home once stood.
Common Ground introduces us to the lives touched by this land, as photographer Scott Strazzante takes us on a visual journey exploring the differences and similarities of these two families while simultaneously asking us to look at what is common among us all.
Hak Nam, City of Darkness, the old Walled City of Kowloon was an unmistakable presence in the midst of urban Hong Kong. It was also one of the city’s greatest anomalies. Built on a site measuring little more than 100 x 200 metres without recourse to legislation and with little regard for basic services.
The Walled City was home to some 35,000 people.
Wohngebäude (public housing), Berlin Kreuzberg
restmodern.de makes a record of typical post-war modernist buildings and architectural details in Berlin that are in danger of disappearing. For the latest photos in restmodern.de (2006/2007) see flickr.