Lyndon Wade’s Room 107

The hotel room is a fascinating place. It’s a place that is yours for a night or two, and then the next morning any traces of your residence are wiped away. That night it belongs to someone else and the cycle repeats itself. One night it could play host to a wild after-party, the next it’ll house a quite traveling salesman.

Photographer Lyndon Wade explores this concept with a project called Room 107. Wade’s Room 107 project traces the life of a small hotel room as it depicts “twelve stories on a dozen floors.” Check out the ways the room changes between the photos, especially the major redesign it experiences between the eleventh and twelfth photograph.

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About Michael Darling
Collector of the interesting and absurd.

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