Architectural photography has become a hot commodity in recent years, as both the demand for its work and its prices have skyrocketed.
The rise of the digital revolution and the growth of online photography has also made it easy for photographers to source their images for use in their projects.
However, many of the photographers featured on this article had never before taken photographs of architectural buildings.
The most popular architectural photographs from 2017 are by the German architecture firm Kriegsmarck.
These buildings were designed by architect and urban planner Klaus Kornfeld.
These three photographs are part of the Kriegesmarck collection.
They are the subject of the 2017 Kriege Architektur exhibition at the Kritzwerk.
The photos above, taken by the architect’s assistant at the time, show the building’s structure, the façade, and its exterior.
The building is on the left, the building is the top, and the faade is on top.
Krieg, as he was known, was a huge admirer of the architectural styles of the German Expressionist and Romantic periods.
In a later photograph, he is holding a piece of wood that was the source of the faience, or foundation, of the building.
The façades are in the background.
In the second photo, he shows the structure and its façading on a smaller scale.
The large building was completed in 1929 and is currently used as a tourist attraction in the city of Munich.
The buildings are on the right, with the building in the foreground and a view of the nearby park.
In addition to Krieg’s architectural photography, his assistant was also a photographer, and he captured these images in an attempt to document his assistant’s work.
In this case, the assistant’s assistant is a young woman, who was not involved in the project.
The third photograph shows the faeces of the structure in a different light.
In it, the structure has been stripped of its faience and the building has been reconstructed with the same faças.
The Krieg architektura collection includes several other architectural photographs by Krieg.
These photographs, like the others, are also in the Krenke Architekter collection.
Kren, as the name suggests, was an architect at Krieg who was also an urban planner.
The Krenkes Architekiel collection includes the works of several famous architects.
They include Alexander Calder, Georg König, and Gustav Königs.
The buildings featured in these works are on display in the collection.
The following images are from Kren’s collection.
The images are arranged alphabetically by the subject.
The photographer’s name is spelled out.
The exterior of the Leipzig Tower, in a landscape shot taken by Kren.
The Berlin Wall in an architectural photograph.
The wall was originally constructed in 1945 and was designed to serve as a barrier between East and West Berlin.
The Berlin Wall is now part of a massive park, and visitors can walk around the site and admire the architecture.
The building of the Berlin Wall, in this architectural photograph taken by Carl Bildt.
The structure of the Tower of London, in an aerial photograph taken from an aircraft.
The tower was built in 1962 and is part of London’s Tower of Pisa.
The tower of Pisces, in the Berlin Tower of Liberty.
This is a replica of the original tower, which was built by Julius Streicher in the 15th century.
The original tower is a massive structure with a grand lobby, arched windows, and a fountain.
The iconic tower of London in this aerial photograph by Karl Gehringer.
The German flag flies above the German Embassy in New York, in front of the State Department building in Washington, D.C. The flag is a symbol of the reunification of Germany and the unification of the nation.
The facade of the Munich Olympic Stadium, in its final phase.
The roof of the new stadium, in construction.
This image was taken from the roof of a building on the roof line of a new stadium in the Bavarian city of Halle.
The interior of the stadium, with a view from the stadium roof.
The façances of the roof lines of the buildings in the new stadiums, in different lighting.
This is a landscape photo taken from a building at the end of the line of the Olympic stadium in Munich.