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Silver Tower, 2010

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Silver Tower, 2010

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Silver Tower, 2009

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Silver Tower, 2010

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Silver Tower, 2010

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Silver Tower, 2009

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Silver Tower, 2010

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ICC Berlin, 2009

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ICC Berlin, 2009

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ICC Berlin, 2009

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Rotterdam, 2007

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Almere, 2007

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Almere, 2007

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Rom, 2004

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Rom, 2003

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Rom, 2003

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Amsterdam, 2003

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Amsterdam, 2002

Work / Photography

Matthias Hoch

You don’t have to be an architect to understand that buildings have their own life force. Something about them has always seduced us humans – we’ve named them, worshiped them, even granted them supernatural powers. Matthias Hoch has devoted a career to them; documenting the vacant, the geometric, and the structural with the precision of a surgeon and the eye of an old master. Why have we not celebrated him before? Well we’re doing it now. Take note.