BMW’s headquarters are an iconic landmark in Munich, Germany — the uniquely designed complex was deemed a protected historic building in 1999. Munich-based photographer Skander Khlif visited the tower and shot a series that studies the light, shadows, lines, and silhouettes.
“Urban landscapes change a few times per century, lights and shadows change many times per day, and the behavior and movement of human beings change every second,” Khlif tells PetaPixel. “Catching this symbiosis gives me the feeling of collapsing an eternal timelapse into a single moment.”
“If I had to categorize this kind of work, I would say that it’s maybe an intuitive combination of street photography, photojournalism and visual-arts,” says Khlif.
For these photos, Khlif visited the BMW building on a Sunday afternoon during a time of harsh sunlight.
You can find more of Khlif’s on Behance.
Image credits: Photographs by Skander Khlif and used with permission