“The relaxed nature of the people, the proximity to the Baltic Sea, the harmony with natural resources, and the fundamental aesthetic understanding are just a few of the reasons that keep drawing me back to the Danish capital. In such a small space, inspiring things are created on every corner, whether it’s in the fields of furniture design, fashion, architecture, or other aspects that enrich life. This naturally includes good restaurants and cafés. I appreciate the fact that the city exudes a centuries-old charm while never losing sight of the future, making it a role model for many cities, especially in terms of sustainability. Perhaps no other city I’ve visited in recent years has captured my heart as often as Copenhagen, and every time I venture out with my camera, I discover something new. I explore the picturesque cityscape on foot, constantly inspired.”
Based in Berlin, Julian Piehler is addicted to photography in addition to his work in marketing and can rarely be found without his camera. Whether traveling or in the neighborhood, he focuses on subjects that meet his own aesthetic demands, often with a touch of nostalgia. Whether it’s abstract architecture, design classics, or the natural interplay of light and shadow, he is always attentive to detail and on the lookout for the next opportunity to press the shutter.
Photography and words: courtesy of Julian Piehler.