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Brutalist Copenhagen: Herlev Hospital

Although Herlev is technically not Copenhagen, the city is a part of the county of Copenhagen. This otherwise bland suburb is home to the most shining example of Danish brutalist architecture — Herlev Hospital. With its 120-meter high main building,

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Brutalist Copenhagen Teaser

If you think that finding brutalist architecture in Copenhagen is as realistic as stumbling upon an ice-cream truck in the middle of a desert, you are in for a pleasant surprise. The capital of Denmark is home to at least

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Processed in digiKam: Using Perspective Adjustment

The perspective adjustment tool in digiKam is indispensable for editing architectural shots. It can be somewhat fiddly to use, but with enough practice, you can achieve rather good results. The photo above is a case in point. The original image was a

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Brutalist Dreadnought: Forschungseinrichtungen für Experimentelle Medizin

If you take a look at photos of the Forschungseinrichtungen für Experimentelle Medizin (FEM) building floating on the web, you’ll be forgiven for doubting that such a phantasmagorical structure can actually exist. To prove that it’s real, I went to Berlin to photograph it, and

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