Stefano Perego (1984).

I’m an architecture photographer based in Milan, Italy.

My career has started in 2006 exploring and photographing the abandoned industrial areas of Northern Italy and since then I have explored hundreds of abandoned buildings in Europe.

In the meantime I have developed a strong interest in the architecture of the second half of the 20th century, focusing specially on modernism, brutalism and postmodernism.

I have documented a great number of buildings in the countries of the former Soviet Union and in Eastern Europe, specially in the Caucasus, in Central Asia and in Former Yugoslavia.

My work has been published on the most important architectural websites, like ArchDaily, Designboom, Domus, Architectural Digest and many others, as well as on printed magazines and books, like the Atlas of Brutalist Architecture published by Phaidon.

I’m the co-author of the book SOVIET ASIA (Soviet Modernist Architecture in Central Asia), published by FUEL, object of consistent interest of several media, like the CNN and Wired.

I collaborate with architectural firms, design studios, event planners and artists.