This 'Barcelona from Above' Series Explores Symmetry

 - Mar 13, 2019
References: martonmogyorosy & dezeen
'Barcelona from Above' is a visually appealing project by Hungarian photographer Márton Mogyorósy who employs drone technology to explore the intricacies of urban narratives. The images focus on the architectural symmetry of the space from an aerial point of view that is sure to delight audiences who do not have direct access to the frame.

Márton Mogyorósy's project explores the geometry of the city, often stipulating the relationship between buildings, street dynamics, and even beaches. The photographs in the 'Barcelona from Above' series also spotlight iconic architectural developments like 446-unit apartment complex by Ricardo Bofill and his collective Taller de Arquitectura. 'Walden 7' — which was erected back in 1975, makes for an exceptionally interesting subject for the Hungarian-based photographer's study thanks to the highly geometrical aesthetic and the intertwining architectural spaces.