German designer Matthias Jung's architecture photography symbolizes whimsy and imagination. Resembling scenes out of a children's fairy tale or a Wes Anderson film, these imaginary homes are nothing short of striking.
His portraits depict layered garden abodes, homes that are supported by stilts and even flying residences that draw inspiration from dreamscapes. The artist's works are also a contemporary take on surrealism and aim to challenge one's perception.
This architecture photography series is both unexpected and visually striking. Its portraits take viewers into another dimension and invite one to dream while looking at everyday life differently. Playing with distorted elements, Matthias Jung creates images that will stun architects while appealing to the kid that lives in all of our hearts.
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