The Architectural Side of Berlin

photos: Sebastian Murrer

Berlin is an oasis of opportunities to enjoy beautiful and exciting places. But it offers even more – our city has a lot of architectural highlights, or let’s say a very interesting mix. The buildings are colorful, modern, old, morbid, crazy and totally worth seeing! We’ve looked closer at the work of the Berlin-based photographer Sebastian Murrer who has a huge collection of architectural photos of buildings in Berlin that we might not have really paid much attention before.

See some of his photographs of – in our opinion – the most interesting pieces of architecture in Berlin – after the jump.

Olga by
on September 25th, 2015
updated on September 25th, 2015
in Photos
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4 Responses to “The Architectural Side of Berlin”

  1. Antoine Says:

    It would be great to have the location of those buildings so we can go check them out 😉

  2. George Says:

    Not bad, but wide angle lens are not for architecture photography actually. Too much unnecessary distortion.

  3. bollyollie Says:

    Lovely post – thanks.

    Anyone know what the big clock board thing is?

  4. Finn Lewin Says:

    I would love to know the lokations of this nice buildings. Best regards Finn Lewin

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