The Deutscher Kaiser, a hotel in Munich, is the subject of photographer Victor Enrich’s latest series of manipulations photographs. Based on a single view, the collection digitally transforms the building in eighty-eight imaginative images. In the pictures, the hotel is suspended in the air, pulled back, twisted like vertebrae, rendered through a funhouse mirror, and exploded into small pieces, just to name a few tricks. Altogether, the project speaks to the value of looking closely at the same architecture that one sees everyday and asking, “What if?”