Michael Wolf’s Architecture of Density
City-dwelling Americans (primarily East-coasters) recognize “the projects” as lower-income housing towers clustered together that contain thousands of residents. While that may be the typical American definition, the work of photographer Michael Wolf takes the concept of density in urban spaces to even further reaches via Hong Kong. There, he captures the essence of housing complexes that contain tens of thousands of residents in single towers! Multiply and unite those gigantic structures and you’ll get The Architecture of Density, Wolf’s photo series documenting the concrete universes–welcome to his jungle.