Close Up: Bristol

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Decontextualization of architecture has been always part of my interests. While travelling I try to find those small details that could give some meaning to the destination and its character.

These two pictures have been taken in the canal area of Bristol, a developing area trying to attract tourism and leisure activities in a city specially marked by its industrial site.

Decontextualization of architecture in Bristol and its Canal

Decontextualization of architecture in Bristol and its Canal Year of publication: 2014
Bristol, England

 

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Gran Canaria: Contrast

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Hard to realise, but images proof a hard impact on the environment when we speak about unconscious tourism industrie. The image just compares the living together of the aggressive tourism resorts in Playa del Cura, next to meant to be demolished old constructions in order to expand the 4-Stars complexes. Take the chance to enjoy one of the few and last nice “virgin” locations on the south of the island.

Gran Canaria: Contrast