Hamburg Deconstruction, a series of experimental architecture shots captured by German photographer Carsten Witte.

Some of you may remember our feature of Carsten Witte’s London Deconstruction series. While traveling to amazing places, the German photographer is producing different views of the characteristic architecture of different cities around the globe. After places such as Copenhagen, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, London, Munich, Berlin, Sydney, Frankfurt, Milan, and New York City, Carsten Witte has recently published a new ‘Deconstruction’ series based on his hometown, Hamburg. Due to skillfully editing and numerous layering effects, Carsten Witte creates a completely different, somehow deconstructed look of the city’s typical architecture. This way, he produces semi-abstract architectural photographs of iconic buildings and random facades.

Some images of the series ‘Hamburg Deconstruction’ can be found below. For those of you who want to see more of his photographic work, please have a look at his website or check out his portfolio on Behance. Carsten Witte’s work ranges from architectural and urban photography to portrait and fashion shoots.

Carsten Witte, Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie.
Hamburg’s iconic Elbphilharmonie.
Carsten Witte, architecture captured deconstructed like an abstract painting.
Architecture captured deconstructed like an abstract painting.
Carsten Witte, curves of colors.
Eye-catching curves of colors.
Carsten Witte, different view of Hamburg's architecture.
A different view of Hamburg’s versatile architecture.
Carsten Witte, layers of deconstruction.
Countless layers of deconstruction.
Carsten Witte, rectangular facades.
Rectangular facades.
Carsten Witte, steel and glass.
Steel and glass.

All images © by German photographer Carsten Witte. Do not hesitate to find more inspiration in our popular Architecture and Photography categories.


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