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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Close Up: Barcelona

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My interest for the decontextualization of architecture begins already on my early years as student in Salamanca (Spain). However, it is on my three-year-stay in Barcelona when it gets to a better point of experimentation.

These two pictures have been taken in the area called Forum. The first one is a close up of the former main Building of the Forum 2004 (Blue Museum nowadays) and a second one of some of the decorative items along the conventions center in the area.

Close Up: Barcelona 1 Close Up: Barcelona 2Year of publication: 2007
Barcelona, Spain