Vertical buildings “Vertical Buildings” is a photographic project, created by the Italian architect Lorenzo Linthout, that concerns slender european architectures in the sky, decontextualized from the urban context, with clean lines. Cement, steel or glass, without windows or completely glazed, straight, crooked or with curved lines, these buildings are joined by their verticality. The only protagonists of these images are the architecture and the sky. Lorenzo Linthout, born in 1974 in Verona (Italy), the city where he lives, architect. He begins to photograph at the age of sixteen with an analog camera. He dedicated photo to architecture, street and city. www.linthout.it...
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