Asian architecture photographed by Jonathan Leijonhufvud

Asian architecture, like the architecture from most other areas of the world, is a tourist attraction. I would go as far as to say that the way we build, collectively, seems to provide at least a small token of insight on the way we operate, collectively. Architecture shows us how people work, relax, create, eat, play, sleep, and live. It shows us what works for people, aesthetically and functionally, and this changes depending on where in the world we are. Asian architecture, if I may make a broad statement, is fascinating to me. And photographer Jonathan Leijonhufvud has helped me understand why. recently published a photo set by Leijonhufvud, featuring Asian architecture. Check it out here.