Stefan Irvine is an award-winning British photographer living and working in Hong Kong since 2002. His work has been published internationally in The New York Times, CNN, National Geographic Books, Forbes, The Guardian, and the South China Morning Post. His photographs have been exhibited in New York, Hong Kong and London. After graduating with a Master of Arts in Psychology from the University of Edinburgh, Stefan went on to receive a Post-Graduate Diploma in Photojournalism from the London College of Printing (LCP). Post-production expert Jörg Dietrich lives in Leipzig, Germany, and has been experimenting with multi-perspective visualisations since 2010. He works mainly in Europe documenting city structures and architecture in linear perspectives. He collaborates with photographers internationally to create street and cityscapes worldwide.
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Composed of shops, businesses and apartments, Hong Kong's old tenement buildings — or 'tong lau' — are microcosms of life in the city. Similar to the so-called shophouses of Southeast Asia
'The Last Tong Lau', a series of remarkable 'linear' panoramas offers an entirely new perspective on Hong Kong's distinctive and much-loved architecture. An international collaboration between photogr