Around the World in 30 photos, by an architect

posted on January 18th 2014 in Documentary & Photography with 0 Comments

All set in the balloon Victoria II. 60 bottles of propane. 5 square meters of solar panel. 120 liters of water. 15 kilos of supplies and gadgets. Many gadgets to navigate, to immortalize and to attack the kilos of loneliness that will inflate the ballast of the Victoria. About to take a nonstop trip around the world searching for answers. The idea is to photograph 30 of the most diverse cities to study and understand the urban fabric that dominates the planet of the century. This is the logbook of the impossible dream of Le Corbusier and Verne.

Barcelona, SpainBarcelona


Venice, ItalyVenecia

Berna, SwitzerlandBerna

Paris, FranceParís

Sundsvall, SwedenSuecia

Norilsk, SiberiaSiberia

Kremlin, Moscow, RussiaMoscú

Pripiat, Chernobil, RussiaPripiat

Alepo, SyriaSiria

El Cairo, EgyptEl-cairo


New Delhi, IndiaNueva-Delhi


Ulán Bator, MongoliaUlán-Bator

Huaxi, ChinaHuaxi

Hong Kong, ChinaHong-Kong

Tokyo, JapanTokio

Queensland, AustraliaAustralia

Auckland, New ZealandAuckland

La Paz, BoliviaBolivia

Buenos Aires, ArgentinaBuenos-AiresBuenos-Aires-2


Mexico DFMexico-DF

Las Vegas, NevadaLasVegas

New YorkNew-York

Dogon Village, MaliMali

Via: Bilbao architecture.

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