Sven Fennema, a German photographer, shoots his architectural topics in 360 degrees. He visits deserted locations in Europe, such as cathedrals, cemeteries, and even cooling towers, to capture all of their features. These places are occasionally maintained, but occasionally we notice that they’ve become run-down.
The views in Fennema’s photographs of these buildings frequently face upward. Architectural elements radiate out from a central point, giving the scene a kaleidoscopic appearance. As a result, we see stunning, intricate designs with intriguing lines, textures, and flashes of light; at first glance, you might not immediately recognize these as structures.
The photographer first captures multiple photographs from the room’s complete peripheral perspective in order to create these expansive shots, and then they are combined using an aggregator. This results in a single image that spans 180 degrees vertically and 360 degrees horizontally. Similar to Google Maps Street View, Fennema’s website also includes an interactive function that allows you to click around the empty rooms and take a virtual tour of each one.
Cemetery in Northern Italy, as seen above
Rotterdam Town Hall
Vacant Landmark Close to Düsseldorf
Poland’s abandoned church
Maubeuge’s La Salle Sthrau
Belgium’s abandoned cooling tower
Polish Protestant Church’s abandoned chapel
Northern Italian Villa Belonging to a Former Mental Hospital
Northern Italy’s abandoned casino
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