These Porsche Museum photos, captured by photographer Pygmalion Karatzas, takes an already iconic piece of architecture and uses tasteful post-processing treatment to portray the building in an even more impressive and light, enhancing its uniqueness and iconic nature.
The Porsche Museum was conceived by Austrian architectural practice Delugan Meissl and was constructed over a period of three years near Porsche's main headquarters. The project cost 100 million euros and was completed in 2009.
Karatzas' Porsche Museum photos showcase the three core elements of the museum -- 'Porsche Idea' focuses on trailblazing technical solutions, 'Product History' consists of chronologically arranged presentations of the brand's innovations and 'Thematic Islands' refers to significant events in the company's lifetime.
Ultimately, the museum aims to translate the brand into an architectural language, and Karatzas' thoughtfully captured and enhanced photos do justice to that mission.
Photo Credits: designboom, karatzas.wix
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