The Beauty of Symmetry in the Underground of Budapest

Once empty, some places are filled with an atmosphere that is the exact opposite of the one that can be experienced during the day. The underground belongs to this category. With their architectural details, their plays of lights and their infinite ramps, stations become the scene of an interesting geometric sight.

Zsolt Hlinka {previous work: (1)(2), (3), (4)} is a skilled Hungarian photographer, and he often includes extremely accurate plans that stress on the repetition of shapes and symmetry. In his photographs, the subway of Budapest suddenly impresses with its lines and the strange sensation of emptiness that it conveys. A project titled Underground Symmetry, available below.

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