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Foam For You: Peeping with photographer Michael Wolf

Michael Wolf’s work is some of my favorite at the moment (see my posts about his work here). In this short piece from Foam, Michael Wolf talks about his series entitled “Peeping” where he recounts moving to Paris and using Google Maps as a tool for inspiration in a city that he believes hasn’t changed […]


I’ve posted about Michael Wolf’s Hong Kong Corner Houses before but I didn’t know that he had a book published with them in it. If you’ve ever been to Hong Kong, you’ve undoubtedly come across a few of these corner buildings, often rounded at the tip and every bit as beautiful as all of the […]


I’ve been a huge fan of Michael Wolf’s work especially his careful attention to the stacked urban life of Hong Kong (here are my posts from before on the subject). For some reason, I guess I never saw this series of Hong Kong apartment buildings lit up at night. They are both beautiful and intimidating […]


A couple of weeks back, Peperoni Books sent over their book Hong Kong Inside Outside by Michael Wolf. It’s a wonderful and heavy hardcover collection of Michael Wolf’s two most prominent projects — Architecture of Density and 100×100. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Wolf’s work, he is a German photographer who has […]

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There’s something to Michael Wolf’s photos of small Hong Kong apartments that really makes me miss being in Hong Kong. In addition, seeing so many small apartments like this that are fully furnished — with bed, table, TV, and makeshift kitchen — remind me of my small flat in Melbourne. Oh, how I miss living […]


I’ve always been a fan of Michael Wolf’s photographs of Hong Kong, but somehow I missed this series he did on corner houses in Hong Kong. I remember when I was in Hong Kong last summer, I kept seeing these rounded corner buildings and I thought that they looked really weird but kinda neat. I […]