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North Korean Interiors By Oliver Wainwright

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A project that does not lose interest over the years…
London-based architecture critic Oliver Wainwright captured a series of pastel-colored photos of North Korea’s interiors and architecture. The images are a huge contrast from what we typically imagine the country to look like – namely, depressing buildings surrounded by a joyless atmosphere. The North Korean dictatorship makes it nearly impossible for outsiders to obtain information about the country’s life, culture and society, so the series is an interesting glimpse into a different side of North Korea.

All images © Oliver Wainwright

Carolin Maras

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