Photographer Sebastian Weiss takes us through contemporary Milanese architecture in his most recent series, Monolicious. Taken in February 2018, Weiss captures and highlights the wonderful relationship of lines, forms and surfaces of the city’s structures. The series features the architectural contributions of well-known architects like Oscar Niemeyer, Grafton Architects, Mario Botta, Arata Isozaki, Herzog & de Meuron, Zaha Hadid, Canali Associate, Aldo Rossi and Boris Podrecca, to name a few.

Weiss is passionate about concrete aesthetics and the beauty seen in city shapes. He has won various awards for his architectural photography, and has worked with renowned clients like Adobe, BMW, Cartier and Panasonic among others. Visit him on Instagram.

Torre Libeskind, CityLife
Architect: Studio Libeskind

Fondazione Feltrinelli
Architect: Herzog & de Meuron

Generali Tower
Architect: Zaha Hadid

Chiesa di Maria Immacolata di Longuelo
Architect: Pizzigoni Giuseppe

Centro pastorale Giovanni XIII
Architect: Botta Mario

Palazzo Mondadori
Architect: Oscar Niemeyer

Sheraton Hotel Malpensa Airport
Architects: King Roselli Architetti

M89 Hotel
Architects: Piuarch

Universita Luigi Bocconi
Architects: Grafton