The Kikar Levana (White Square), an environmental sculpture in Tel Aviv, was designed by the Israeli artist Dani Karavan in 1989. It was built to reflect Tel Aviv’s history and scenery. The following images of the White Square are photographed by Richard Jochum, architectural and landscape photographer currently living in South Africa. I really love how he captured the geometry and shapes of the sculpture.
Aesence is a creative studio and digital design magazine with a high curatorial approach. Founded by Sarah Dorweiler, a creative mind and entrepreneur from Berlin, her goal is to capture the feeling of harmony, balance and inner peace in her curatorial work and photography.