In a very unusual and interesting series of portraits, the Berlin artist Menno Aden depicted the interior of the room in a rather unconventional way. The view of the interior space was conveyed, as if from a bird’s eye view. This perspective is often used in cartography, as well as projects and building plans. Aden, on the other hand, offers us a look at the different types of rooms from above.
He captured both living rooms and the interior of shops and bars. Interestingly, if it were not for the explanation at the beginning, then you probably would not have guessed right away how these pictures were taken and where the photographer was located
In total, the series of these images has 42 images, and only a part of them is available here.
As you can see, a lot depends on the shooting angle, including the perception of the object. You can further verify this by visiting a selection of photographs of the Eiffel Tower from above