For more than eleven years, Joachim Brohm has been taking photographs of Munich. In the sixties, one particular urban space, on the outskirts of a major German city was defined by industrial and commercial services, petrol stations, building storage sites and garages, which up to the present day have been slowly developing into a residential area. The size and format is always identical; landscape photographs are rotated. Graphics and type have an archive character. The text section is intentionally printed in the middle of the book, prompting the viewer to become absorbed in the image world, and to occupy himself more deeply with the studies.