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Portuguese photographer André Vicente Gonçalves’s “Windows of the World” is a fascinating look into the architectural trend in window design across different parts of the world.

While documenting this structural element, Gonçalves discovered that not only do buildings themselves have a distinctive identity, but cities, too, have their own design aesthetic, and that distinction shows its face best through the city’s various windows. By collaging his photographs from specific regions into a single image, Gonçalves reveals trends and styles that dominate the area, while also highlighting the subtle differences that separate one city’s windows from another’s.

Here is a selection of his photographs. Visit the website for more.

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Windows of Porto, Portugal

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new york skyline at sunset
new york skyline at sunset
winter in quebec, canada
winter in quebec, canada
sequoia national park, california
sequoia national park, california
underwater hippopotamus
underwater hippopotamus
deep in the forest, france
deep in the forest, france
giant panda having a lunch break
giant panda having a lunch break
gotta catch that ball
gotta catch that ball
glass terrace in french alps
glass terrace in french alps