Axel Springer Campus | OMA
Area: 57828 m²
Photographs: Sergey Melnikov
Axel Springer has initiated a shift from traditional print media to the digital realm. Their recent structure situated on the Berlin campus serves a dual purpose, serving as both a symbol and a practical instrument in facilitating this transition. It is designed to attract the most influential figures from Germany's digital creative community. The building features a central atrium that cuts diagonally through it, connecting seamlessly with the existing Axel Springer buildings. At the heart of the design is a sequence of stepped floors, collectively shaping a 'valley' that functions as an informal focal point – a platform for sharing and broadcasting innovative ideas to various sections of the company.
It took me 2 days to do this photo shoot. Capturing the essence of architectural wonders over the course of two days provides a unique opportunity to showcase the dynamic interplay between light, space, and form.
As a professional architectural photographer, I can confidently say that Berlin offers a huge number of opportunities to photograph architecture and interiors. Besides commercial shoots, you can find many art objects and significant historical buildings in Berlin. All this gives you the opportunity to train and develop your eye for architecture.
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