Alexanderplatz
       
     
Promenade
       
     
The Vents
       
     
Steps
       
     
Benches
       
     
In Transit
       
     
Letters
       
     
Alone Together
       
     
Alexanderplatz
       
     
Alexanderplatz

Alexanderplatz is located in the Mitte district of Berlin and is the city's largest and one it's most famous squares. It is named after the Russian Czar Alexander I, who visited the capital of Prussia in 1805. "Alex" as the locals know it, became a transport hub in 1882 when a train station was established. After it had been largely destroyed in World War II, Alexanderplatz took on its present form in the 1960’s. 

Location: Berlin-Germany

Date: 2015 View in Store

Promenade
       
     
Promenade

Brighton & Hove seafront covers an impressive 11km stretch of coastline. There promenade has dozens of cafes, restaurants, bars and clubs, as well as playgrounds, bandstands and a pier with arcades and ferris wheel. There is also a wonderful wide bike and pedestrian lane. It's a beautiful, leisurely way to explore the beachfront.

Location: Brighton-Sussex-UK

Date: 2014 View in Store

The Vents
       
     
The Vents

Paternoster Vents, often referred to as simply Vents and also known as Angel's Wings, is an outdoor stainless steel sculpture by Thomas Heatherwick, The sculpture provides ventilation for an underground electrical substation. The substation required a cooling system with outlet and inlet vents, and the sculpture was designed and commissioned to aesthetically fit in with the area.

Location: Paternoster Square-London-UK

Date: 2012 View in Store

Steps
       
     
Steps

The Axe Historique, or Voie Triomphale, is a line of monuments, buildings and thoroughfares that extends from the centre of Paris to the west. It began with the creation of the Champs Élysées, between the Louvre and Arc De Triomphe. In the 1950s, the area around La Défense was marked out to become a new business district, and high-rise office buildings were built along the avenue. It was not until the 1980s, under president François Mitterrand, that a project was initiated to build a modern 20th century version of the Arc de Triomphe. Today this is known as L'Arche de la Défense. Looking back towards the Louvre, the Axe Historique is an impressive sight viewed atop the steps underneath this arch. 

Location: Paris-France

Date: 2015 View in Store

Benches
       
     
Benches

The town of Bardejov is located in north-eastern Slovakia, on a floodplain of the river Topľa near the Polish border. It is a small but exceptionally complete and well-preserved example of a fortified medieval town. Due to its proximity to the major trade route that stretches across the Carpathian Mountains, from Hungary into Poland, Bardejov was able to develop into an important trading post. The town is one of UNESCO's World Heritage Sites and currently maintains a population of about 30,000 inhabitants.

Location: Bardejov-Slovakia

Date: 2006 View in Store

In Transit
       
     
In Transit

Changi Airport is one the major hubs in South-East Asia. Arriving at the airport, however, you wouldn't immediately recognise it as one of the busiest airports in the world. There is an overriding feeling of space and light. For those wanting fresh air, there's a rooftop pool, a cactus garden/bar and water lily garden. The transit lounges are large, uncrowded and extremely comfortable. It's most likely some of the reasons why Changi is voted the world's best year upon year.

Location: Changi Airport-Singapore

Date: 2011 View in Store

Letters
       
     
Letters

In the United Kingdom, prior to 1840 the postal system was expensive and confusing. Letters were paid for by the recipient rather than the sender, and were charged according to the distance the letter had travelled and the number of sheets of paper it contained. Around this time, the postal system was reformed, leading to the invention of the famous Penny Black and the sender paying for the letter. In 1849, the Royal Mail first encouraged people to install letterboxes to facilitate the delivery of mail. Before then, letterboxes of a similar design had been installed in the doors and walls of post offices for people to drop off outgoing mail.

Location: Southwark-London-UK

Date: 2013 View in Store

Alone Together
       
     
Alone Together

These days, technology is increasingly taking more hold within peoples' lives. You only need to travel on public transport in any given city, and you'll notice people immersed in their own world of mobile phone, headphones or a combination of the two. Rarely do you see strangers fascinated with each other. I often wonder what it must have been like in these cities a hundred years ago; were people more engaged and interested with each other?

Location: Dublin-Ireland

Date: 2014 View in Store