When buildings are constructed, the goal is typically to build them once and only once. Photographer Victor Enrich decided that once just wasn’t enough for a Munich hotel – he digitally reconfigured it in 88 different ways.
The original building is a tall, nondescript hotel with a few long lower floors and a sky-scraping tower on one end. Enrich used these elements and digital tools to imagine what the same building might look like were it built in fantastical worlds where physics have no bearing.
Enrich calls the project NHDK. Most of his rearrangements are fantastical and completely impractical, but there is an odd beauty in the way the same elements are tweaked and twisted to create entirely new shapes and forms. You can see more of the series at Enrich’s website.