Archivo de la etiqueta: architecture photography

Tim Franco Captures the Overscaled Urbanization of Chongqing

These days, many of China‘s largest urban areas are easily recognizable to people from all over the world, with the skylines of coastal mega-cities such as Shanghai and Beijing taking their place in the global consciousness. Far less known though is the inland… Sigue leyendo

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Las Vegas vs The Landscape: Photographer Michael Light Exposes the Terraforming of the American Dream

“Nestled into the desert landscape that defines Nevada’s visage,
Ascaya feels as if it were shaped by the elements.
[…]
Where stone rises up to meet the sky, there is a place called Ascaya.”…
– The Ascaya promotional website
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15 Finalists Nominated for the Art of Building Photographer of the Year Award

Fifteen images ranging from a close-up of Herzog & de Meuron’s Beijing National Stadium to a portrait of a graveyard-turned home in the Philippines, have been selected as the finalists of the Chartered Institute of Building’s (CIOB) 2014 Art of Building Photographer… Sigue leyendo

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The Last Stop: Documenting North America’s Disappearing Rest Areas

Rest stops are a disappearing sight in North America. Brought by tight highway budgets, and the increasing number of off-exit fast food outlets and gas stations, these roadside oases may soon become extinct. Photographer Ryann Ford… wants to make sure Sigue leyendo

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Frank Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton / Images by Danica O. Kus

Architecture photographer Danica O. Kus has shared with us images of Frank Gehry‘s recently completed Fondation Louis Vuitton. Labeled as a “late-career triumph” by Los Angeles Times critic Christopher Hawthorne, the sailed glass structure teeters on the edge of a Parisian water garden in… Sigue leyendo

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World Photo Day: Christian Richters by Francine Houben

Christian has an excellent eye for spatial environments and, most importantly, how to capture and unfolding spatial experiences. Mecanoo has had a long, fruitful working relationship with his photographs and, through this, Christian has become a personal friend…

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World Photo Day: Patrick Bingham-Hall by Richard Hassell

Patrick photographs, thinks deeply about, writes about, and publishes architecture, all at the highest level. He is in essence an architectural communicator, and his photography is all about telling a story, explaining ideas, and making connections, rather than purely about the graphic images…

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World Photo Day: Thomas Mayer by Emre Arolat

It was nearly twenty five years ago. As a young and curious architect, I was amazed to go through the fancy catalogues of some lighting companies. Generally taken in blue time, the attractive photographs of marvelously lit spaces were creating a peculiar feeling of being there…

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