In Hamburg, Germany, BSU (Office of Urban Development and Environment), has become one of the most famous in the world for its unique and colorful design. Designed by Sauerbruch Hutton, it has a range of twenty colors, and 26.000 ceramic panels. The building imitates the ocean waves, and seems to embrace the environment in which it evolves. This is the German designer and photographer Lars Focke, a specialist of urban, who captured these curves and minimal lines from various perspectives.