A visual exploration of the unique architecture of Ricardo Bofill’s famous Muralla Roja in Calpe, Spain captured by photographer Jeanette Hägglund.

Jeanette Hägglund is a Stockholm, Sweden based photographer who’s well known for a varied range of modern and minimalist architecture photography. Her ‘Intersection’ series is a visual exploration of Ricardo Bofill’s famous Muralla Roja, which is located in Calpe, Spain. Muralla Roja is the result of the architect’s inspiration by the Mediterranean tradition of the Casbah, which is the Arabic version of a citadel. With countless interacting geometric shapes in various tones of red, blue, and purple, Muralla Roja is such an amazing playground for photographers. Just have a look at the images below. For more, please visit Jeanette Hägglund’s website or follow her on Behance and Instagram.

Jeanette Hägglund Photography, Combining tradition with modern minimalism.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography – Combining tradition with modern minimalism.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography, Geometric shapes in various tones of red, blue, and violet.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography – Geometric shapes in various tones of red, blue, and violet.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography, Inspired by the Mediterranean tradition of the Casbah.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography – Architecture inspired by the Mediterranean tradition of the Casbah.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography, Intersections of countless stairs and walls.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography – Intersections of countless stairs and walls.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography, Staircase.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography – Some stairs to climb up.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography, Unique angular architecture.
Jeanette Hägglund Photography – Unique angular architecture.
The unique architecture creates a surreal experience.
The unique architecture creates a surreal experience.

All images © by Jeanette Hägglund. Feel free to find more inspiration in our popular Architecture and Photography categories.

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