Heiderich Snaps Parts of Contemporary Architecture

By: Anne Booth - Published: Oct 5, 2013 • References: &
Matthias Heiderich from Germany is an incredibly talented photographer who went to new heights in order to capture the contemporary architecture of Germany. The artist does not look at the full structure of the sky scrapers within his photos, as he takes a snapshot of the modular building or structure.

Some of the structures include rounded sky scrapers, lamp posts, street corners and clocks. The colors are simple and subtle allowing the structures to stand out on their own. There are pastel blues, oranges, bright greens and yellow colors that play off of the bright blue sky. A simple white border also adds a modern edge to the photographs.

The contemporary architecture is found in Amsterdam, Hamburg, Berlin. Overall, the images are picturesque and would add a beautiful modern touch to any room. Stats for Pastel Architectural Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 900 clicks in 137 w
Interest: 1.4 minutes
Concept: Contemporary Architecture
Related: 103 examples / 79 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55
Comparison Set: 38 similar articles, including: home replicating pods, geometrically vibrant living spaces, and aperture-focused architecture.