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Archivo de la etiqueta: World Photo Day 2014
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…
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…
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…
An architect without a photographer is nobody. A good architect without a good photographer is nothing. The best architects are, in part, that which photographers have made them to be. Luis Barragán is Armando Salas Portugal and Mies van der Rohe is Richard Nickel. Le Corbusier is Lucien Hervé. Neutra is Julius Shulman and Richard Meier is Ezra Stoller…
The construction of the visual-aesthetic-architectonic discourse of Sergio Pirrone’s photography is impeccable.
The architectural image is not only the firm’s calling card, but it’s also the city or town where the project is located. Sergio has worked with talent and dedication to hand over a sensitive, patient view of each project.
Iwan is the rare photographer who is always flying and searching out the most interesting projects, and photographing them in the strangest most amazing ways. He foregrounds life and the people that inhabit architecture, sometimes shockingly and with humor. His work is always inspiring and his dedication sets an example for a new generation…