Cody Ellingham is a talented New Zealand art director and photographer based in Tokyo. His favorite subject ? Places filled with nostalgia, and which seem forever frozen in time. For this photographic series entitled “DANCHI”, the artist chose to immortalize the public housing apartments built by the Japanese state during the 1960s and 1970s. These huge real estate complexes, once symbols of the country’s second economic breath after the Second World War, are now deteriorating as they are gradually falling into oblivion. Cody invites us, through his photographs, to a nocturnal exploration of these buildings with dilapidated facades, from which emanate the promise of a vanished architectural dream. You can also follow his work on Instagram.