In his photographic work, Philipp Fuchs deals intensively with urban space, exploring it as a precise observer and flaneur. The focus is on the designed environment and people's relationship to it. The focus is not on people as individuals, but as part of urban space. With his Leica Monochrome he captures dense, often abstract impressions. The concentration on black and white is ideal for realizing forms and structures, materials, multi-layered puzzles (reflections) and unusual image compositions. Philipp Fuchs' photographs pose questions rather than providing answers and cementing certainties. This allows us to dive deeper into the essence of cities and urban places. In his pictures, Fuchs creates multi-layered levels of reflection that are suitable for more intensive observation.