Most of the time, Michael Nguyen focuses on small, ordinary things but through the subjective lens, he give them new perspectives, a new soul. “With my camera I capture little things that we often don't notice in everyday life. I also...
Focus:Fine Art, Architecture, Documentary, Photography, Art
The Shell-Haus on the Landwehrkanal near Potsdamer Platz, with its facade, is one of the most important office buildings of classical modernism in Berlin. Stylistically, it belongs to the New Objectivity movement and is one of the architecturally most important office buildings from the Weimar Republic, built in 1931 according to plans by Emil Fahrenkamp, as the headquarters of the Shell subsidiary Rhenania-Ossag Mineralölwerke. The design is determined by vertical waveforms of varying heights and a consistent horizontal articulation through bands of windows, which also extend beyond the curves on the outside.