Andrés Gallardo is a Spanish digital artist and photographer currently living in Estonia, and is the creative head behind the studio Bipolar Deer. Photographs of the Urban Geometry series were taken in different buildings of the city of Helsinki, Finland, a place that is characterized by its functionalist architecture and the largest concentration of Art Nouveau buildings in northern Europe.
The images are characterized by refinement and highlighting the Nordic minimalism. Some of the buildings have unique shapes that resemble a little neoclassical architecture. One of the most recognizable buildings is Kamppi Chappel of Silence, which is located on the south side of the square of Narinkka, which is one of the most important urban spaces in Helsinki. By its curved wooden facade, this religious property binds organically with its surroundings.
Source and images: Andrés Gallardo
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