This photography by Claudia Garcia-Mauriño really struck a chord with me, in this series her search for simplicity and harmony has been matched well with the Japanese culture.
Dutch photographer Pim Leenen believes that there is a secret life hidden behind materials that at first glance seem self-evident, he hopes to capture this new meaning.
German photographer Matthias Heiderich has captured architectural builds with his camera, using different angles and dimensions alongside colours that really stand out.
Using a montage-type technique Sachiyo Nishimura has been able to create complex line structures from such simple objects and spaces that the casual viewer often takes for granted.
Inspired by an early text on Japanese gardening where “creating a garden” is referred to as “setting stones”, Bob Cornelis has mimicked this with a set of geometric objects.
Photographer Yusuke Sakai offers alternate perspectives on human subjects by locating himself in a unique viewpoint and waiting for each figure will harmonise with the surrounding landscape.