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Getting things in proportion (architecture in the Hague, Netherlands)

Getting things in proportion (architecture in the Hague, Netherlands) Stefanie Pietschmann - Turfmarkt 5 - The hague, Den Haag, the Netherlands, nederland, dutch architecture

Getting things in proportion

If too many aspects cover other parts, keeping track becomes challenging. Since things start to overlap when too many layers are opening up, everything evolves into a big mess. So, the beginning and the end appear untraceable. Once you cannot find yourself anymore in this situation, you can no longer hide the overload.

Yet, a clear view is needed for untangling the chaos because if you attribute the same relevance to everything, you can not see the wood for the trees anymore. Once you are getting things in proportion, you may understand what is truly important.

 “Turfmarkt” in the Hague

I took this photo in September 2022. You can see the architecture of a modern architecture building in the Dutch city of The Hague (Den Haag). This building is situated in “Turfmarkt,” and you can get the view of this photo when you use the pedestrian underpass that guides you from the central station to the city center. I really liked how all of the lines and forms play together and comprise a new perspective. There are many special looking buildings in this area of the city. 




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