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    German photographer gives architecture a colourful makeover

    A German photographer is documenting mundane German and Austrian buildings in a new light with bright colours.

    Displayed on his Instagram account, Paul Eis photographs these buildings and then digitally alters them.

    Eis says that the buildings he captures are often modern architecture, which is characterised by shape, and a white or grey colour scheme.

    View Eis’ work below and on his Instagram page

    Grüne Mitte Linz, Linz by Team M ArchitektenPaul-Eis_1-1.JPG


    BMW Headquarters, Munich by Karl Schwanzer
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    Hamerlingstraße 6, Linz
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    Nißlstraße 26, LinzPaul-Eis_4.JPG


    WHH GT 84/85 ETP, Berlin by Helmut StinglPaul-Eis_5.JPG


    Schillstraße 9-10, Berlin by Hans Joachim Pysall and Eike Rollenhagen (modernised by DGI Bauwerk)Paul-Eis_6.JPG


    Shell House, Berlin by Emil Fahrenkamp
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    Radisson blu Hotel, Hamburg by Jost Schramm and Gert PempelfortPaul-Eis_8.JPG


    Zwickauer Damm 12, Berlin by Manfred HinrichsPaul-Eis_9.JPG


    Stadt:Wek:Lehen, Salzburg by Transparadiso 
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    Room 4 Rent, Leopoldstadt by Freimüller Söllinger ArchitekturPaul-Eis_11.JPG


    Ville Verdi, Simmersing by Albert Wimmer 
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    Marco Polo Tower, Hamburg by Behnisch Architekten
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    Arbeitnehmerkammer Bremerhaven, New Harbor by Haslob and Kruse + PartnerPaul-Eis_14.JPG


    Harter Plateau, Leonding by Klaus Gründlinger
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    WHH GT 18, Berlin by Helmut Stingl and Joachim SeifertPaul-Eis_16.JPG


    Rhoda Erdmann House, Berlin by Bodamer | Faber Architekten BDA
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    Photography by Paul Eis

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