The Beauty of Concrete by Florian Mueller

Concrete is great! you know I think so by now, and when I stumbled upon the work of German based freelance photographer/artist Florian Müller I had to share it with you. Below you’ll find 3 photo sets of concrete buildings he took photos of, most interesting being the church “Johannes XIII” by Josef Rikus.

Photography by Florian Müller.

The church “Johannes XIII” (Josef Rikus 1964) in Cologne, Germany.

Church of Resurrection, Cologne, Germany. Designed by architect Gottfried Böhm.

Mary’s Cathedral in Neviges. Designed by the architect Gottfried Böhm.

Visit Florian’s website White Bunny to learn more about him and his work.

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3 replies
  1. ronenbekerman
    ronenbekerman says:

    Giona4  I thought these (I’ve seen Concrete Cross first) were paintings actually… it all looked so abstract and it didn’t seem to me someone really built a church like this 😉 What a surprise it was to find out these are photos of a real building!

  2. Giona4
    Giona4 says:

    ronenbekerman I totally agree! Also the exaggerated points of view contribute to make them look abstract. And I really appreciate this kind of disorienting perspectives..

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