Cold architectures, lonely beings.
Marie Elisabeth Lüders Haus, Berlin. This modern architectural complex is located on the shores of the river Spree and is designed by Stephan Braunfels. Is part of the "Federal Row", an architectural symbol of German unity. Early January in Berlin. It was a cold and windy day. The weather was very changeable, so one moment before was raining, the moment after the sun went out from the clouds. Few people were passing through this giant buildings, making the contrast between man and architecture much more impressive.
In this project I have tried to present the mood of the place in this particular day.