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VO TRONG NGHIA ARCHITECTS
"There was a time when I experienced architecture without thinking about it. Sometimes I can almost feel a particular door handle in my hand, a piece of metal shaped like the back of a spoon. I used to take hold of it when I went into my aunt’s garden. That door handle still seems to me like a special sign of entry into a world of different moods and smells. I remember the sound of the gravel under my feet, the soft gleam of the waxed oak staircase, I can hear the heavy front door closing behind me as I walk along the dark corridor and enter the kitchen, the only really brightly lit room in the house." - Peter Zumthor
National Geographic, March 1978
“Scenes from a microworld: The eye can’t see protons, electrons, and other subatomic particles, but a camera records their frothy wakes in a chamber of liquefied neon and hydrogen at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois. Technician Karen Carew points to a straight line, possibly the track of a pion dislodged from its spot in a neon atom’s nucleus by a neutrino traveling at the speed of light.”
German Photographer Matthias Heiderich latest series captures Architecture, places, and scenes photographed in the cities of Copenhagen, Malmö, Oslo, and Tromsø.