The Spaces profile the work of Czech photographer Jan Vranovský, a former student of architecture whose work deals with the stark lines and monochrome tones of urban design. His latest series, Parallel Lines, focuses on his adopted home country of Japan where he studied for his masters. Capturing the changing landscape of a nation continually moving forward, nostalgia and preservation making way for utility and progress, Vranovský describes: “Architect Yoshinobu Ashihara describes Tokyo as an “amoeba city”: always prepared to sacrifice any of its parts so the whole can survive, always adapting to changing situations.” Find out more at The Spaces.
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