A Small Study of Concentration Camp Architecture
This is a study of camp architecture from selected German concentration, labor and death camps. The study is part of the larger project, Oppressive Architecture, that explores how architecture was used in the development of the NS terror system. The photos examine the inhumane ways that prisoners were forced to live and labor in German concentration, labor, and death camps as represented by their architecture. These structures continue to influence the contemporary landscape, its inhabitants, and our understanding of history.