Photographer Captures the Architecture of Barcelona’s Urban Landscapes

Hungarian photographer Márton Mogyorósy gives us a tour of Barcelona’s uniform architecture through aerial photography.

He focused on the beautiful symmetry of the urban environment, selecting elements of geometry in each composition. From rectangles and triangles to semi-circled housing blocks and cement cubes dipping into the sea, Mogyorósy’s captured every detail of the city’s unique structure. The repeating shapes give each photo its visual harmony despite being built in different styles.

Thanks to Mogyorósy’s work, we are able to see a new perspective of the city, appreciating the smaller building blocks of the urban fabric. Each shape and dimension forms the unique architectural design of Barcelona.

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morning lights over barcelona’s superblocks

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cubes #whpsplitscreen

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a symphony of symmetry

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cassettes

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vertical labyrinth

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la barceloneta

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