When the once burgeoning coal industry in Ruhr area, Germanybegan to decline, with many of the workers’ apartments being sold. Often times, new owners only bought half of the building – miners had lifelong residency rights in their quarters – resulting in a sharp separation between the left and right sides of the building. photographer Wolfgang Fröhling captures this visually striking chasm in a series of images that frame the refurbished and original designs side by side in a single structure. Check out the entire collection of half-painted facades and uneven landscaping Pixel projectand find more work by the Bottrop-based photographer his side. (above This is not luck)
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