Felix Lochner Captures the Inside of the Berlin Federal Library

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Aug 18, 2014
References: hgmerz & designboom
For the average eye looking at the Berlin Federal Library, one would not immediately think about snapping photos, but artist Felix Lochner sees pristine beauty in this piece of architecture. As such he has put together a series of photographs that convey the space's symmetry and appeal.

As stated on DesignBoom, "the facility is enclosed by a three-layer facade of glass and translucent textures." Felix Lochner was sure to capture these details in his photographs, as well as show the contrast in coloring throughout the place. Orange, white and brown appear to be the most dominant colors, with the white give the perfect balance to the brighter hues.

For anyone looking for a quiet place for studying in Berlin, the Federal Library would be a great place to start your work.

Photo Credits: designboom, hgmerz