Hong Kong balconies as extensions of life. Photo by Michael Wolf (www.photomichaelwolf.com).

Hong Kong balconies as extensions of life. Photo by Michael Wolf (www.photomichaelwolf.com).

“Feeling sorry for people who need to live like this. The industrial revolution lured people away from the countryside into the cities and offered them this. I’d do anything I could to get out of a place like this.” - Sereno Sky, author of “Lonely Traveller”

“Feeling sorry for people who need to live like this. The industrial revolution lured people away from the countryside into the cities and offered them this. I’d do anything I could to get out of a place like this.” - Sereno Sky, author of “Lonely Traveller”

O fotógrafo alemão Michael Wolf investiga a vida caótica e tensa de mega cidades contemporâneas.

O fotógrafo alemão Michael Wolf investiga a vida caótica e tensa de mega cidades contemporâneas.

A century ago, rail travel was at its peak in the U.S., and New York City built the massive Grand Central Terminal to accommodate the growth. Built over 10 years, gradually replacing its predecessor named Grand Central Station, the Grand Central Terminal building officially opened on February 2, 1913

A century ago, rail travel was at its peak in the U.S., and New York City built the massive Grand Central Terminal to accommodate the growth. Built over 10 years, gradually replacing its predecessor named Grand Central Station, the Grand Central Terminal building officially opened on February 2, 1913

By Michael Wolf Hong Kong.

Can you believe these are actually apartments? The stunning images of Hong Kong ‘living cubicles’ that look just like Borg cubes

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