I like to come back to many of the architectural builds, or even the interior spaces of the past, and see whether their design choices have stood the test of time or not from an aesthetic point of view. ‘Shearers Quarters’ by Australia based architect firm John Wardle Architects is an ol
Nick Frank has been able to abstract architecture to the point of fine art, blowing out many of the surrounding shadows to create these striking forms that capture some of the best parts of these buildings.
James Outbridge lives and works in Holmfirth, Yorkshire and hand builds these using a slab method of construction, starting small and working upwards to create very monolithic-like forms.
Nuno Andrade is a Portuguese photographer whose goal is to create powerful and timeless imagery using striking architectural angles that are very bold and modern.
I've been itching to show you some of my latest photos that I took from a recent trip to Helsinki, particularly a set of images from Finnish designer Alvar Aalto's home.
Titled after the book On the Art of Building, this series is an exploration in how we define space, wanting to break down the complex nature of structure and reduce to essential elements.
Taking a hammer to destroy a piece of work is often counter productive, but Takeuchi Kouzo has put this ideology to good use in his series titled 'Modern Remains'.
Created by making incisions in the walls and inserting large panes of glass at different angles, these glass walkways and openings by Sarah Oppenheimer are visually appealing and deceptive.
Mixing abstract colour with architectural form photographer Won Kim is content with exploring the 'details', using shape and texture from everyday objects and scenarios.
The reduction of architectural elements to their bare essentials, using concrete to create clean looking forms without any ornamental value.
A series of contemporary town houses in Mexico by Hierve Architects. Fantastically modern that include elements of nature such as trees breaking through the floor.