Paul Eis – a 18 year old German architecture photographer and student who takes photos of huge building for a living. After he use Photoshop to add bright colors to the building, what’s happened next will totally shock you out.
Below, see what these white buildings would look like if they were dress out in bright colors.
Wa17, Berlin by Zanderroth Architekten
Bartningallee, Berlin by Raymond Lopez and Eugene Beaudouin
Marco Polo Tower in HafenCity, Hamburg, Germany by Behnisch Architekten
Flottwellstrasse14 building, Germany
Prenzlauer Welle, Berlin by Lenzen Architekten
Oval, Hamburg by Ingenhoven Architekten
DZ Bank, Berlin by Frank Gehry
GDR Housing Estate, Germany
Bauhaus Archive by Walter Gropius
Euref Campus 14, Germany by Remtec Architekten
Federal Ministry for Environment, Germany by Geier Maass Architekten