Based out of Singapore, the French photographer explains:
ALMOST COMPLETELY DESTROYED DURING THE KOREAN WAR (1950 – 1953), PYONGYANG RAISED FROM ITS ASHES IN THE 1960’S AND 70’S WITH THE HELP OF LOCAL ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS OFTEN TRAINED IN THE SOVIET UNION, RESULTING IN IMPRESSIVE STRUCTURES MARKED BY INFLUENCES OF CONSTRUCTIVIST, MODERNIST, FUTURIST AND BRUTALIST ARCHITECTURAL STYLES.
If you check out the Behance, you’ll have access to the 22-picture essay, capturing all of the beautiful stages of beauty.
Art allows us to see places that we’ve never seen, and creating the most amazing memories that life has to offer. #Rewordit!