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Nail Houses by Peter Bialobrzesk

Peter Bialobrzeski, "Nail House" - buildings belonging to people in China who refuse to leave their homes to make way for new apartment developments.

Peter Bialobrzeski photography - work - Nail Houses

Peter Bialobrzeski is one of the leading German documentary photographers. He is also a professor at the University of the Arts in Bremen.

Peter Bialobrzeski photography - work - Nail Houses

Peter Bialobrzeski is one of the leading German documentary photographers. He is also a professor at the University of the Arts in Bremen.

Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln,  "Made in China" bis zum 25.11.2012 - sehenswert - http://www.museenkoeln.de/museum-fuer-angewandte-kunst  - hier Peter Peter Bialobrzeski photography - work - Nail Houses  (http://www.bialobrzeski.de)

Peter Bialobrzeski is one of the leading German documentary photographers.

© Peter Bialobrzeski

“The Raw and the Cooked” by Peter Bialobrzeski, in which the transition in Asian megacities from traditional forms of housing to high-rises and shiny architecture is captured. © All copyright remains with photographer Peter Bialobrzeski

Street furniture. Now if only it lifted the rear wheel so you could pedal while you sit if you wanted.

The Tokyo Times on

Street Furniture 'IT Pit Stop' from 'STORE MUU' design studio! in Tokyo, Japan

Almost looks like a Rauschenberg collage - Beauty in poverty: Photographs of a shanty town by Peter Bialobrzeski

Almost looks like a Rauschenberg collage - Beauty in poverty: Photographs of a shanty town by Peter Bialobrzeski

Peter Bialobrzeski // Nail Houses

Peter Bialobrzeski is one of the leading German documentary photographers.

Peter Bialobrzeski photography - work - Nail Houses

Peter Bialobrzeski is one of the leading German documentary photographers. He is also a professor at the University of the Arts in Bremen.

Way towns and houses, people allowed to stay there but only for up to three days before bad things happen

Way towns and houses, people allowed to stay there but only for up to three days before bad things happen

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