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Photographer Shoots Parts of Chinese Buildings and Beautifies Them Out of Context

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Kris Provoost is a photographer and architect, who had the genious idea to take certain parts of Chinese buildings out of context and give them a new meaning and beauty. His project Beautified China aims to concentrate on the forms and shapes of certain parts of these buildings, that were built before the Beijing Olympics (2008) and Shanghai World Expo (2010). At first, he started with buildings in Shanghai and Beijing, but later on moved to other cities, where the architecture of buildings was too good to go unnoticed.

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Cylindrical continuity.

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Harbin Grand Theatre in Harbin.

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Guotai Arts Center in Chongqing.

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National Aquatics Center in Beijing.

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Tianjin Exploratorium in Tianjin.

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Fake Hills in Beihai.

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Angled red roof.

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Some of China’s most iconic buildings have genuinely some of the most impressive architecture in the world and Kris’ work proves that. You can visit his website and see more of some of China’s wonderful buildings.

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