By Laura Collinson

You might recognise the work of photographer Sebastian Weiss from our previous feature. And as you can probably tell we just can’t get enough of him.

This particular series, entitled Bright Moments, features contemporary architecture in the cities of Schillig, Milan, Lyon, Marseille, Hamburg, Lisbon, Montpellier, Barcelona and Ronchamp.

In his work, Weiss highlights the most aesthetically pleasing details of a building, from capturing the concertinaed curvature from below, or the symmetrical pattern of the windows.

Some of his collections are filled with colour, but for this series the palette is minimal – instead focusing on shapes set against a bright blue sky.

To see more of Weiss’ work, visit

Via Behance | All images courtesy of Sebastian Weiss

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