Habitat is a photographic documentation of human intervention in natural spaces. The result is an illustrated book, which arranges aerial photographs according to superior questions: Where do we mine raw materials, how does agriculture affect nature, how do roads and railways change our habitat?

These questions are answered in five chapters with 90 photographs telling the story of human evolution as well as some representative facts and infographics. The photos use abstraction and aesthetic to show our habitat from a new perspective. If we understand the environment in which we life in, we hopefully treat it in a more sustainable way in the future.