“There’s nothing random or fortuitous in our work”

Creative duo Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís find wonder in seemingly ordinary places. As two former architects, they incorporate elements of buildings into their whimsical compositions in which a model (often Devís) is perfectly coordinated with different facades or blends into the scenery.

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Playful Duo Captures the Fun and Joy of Interacting With Architecture
by Sara Barnes
more at my modern met

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Modern architecture

These days, our image-obsessed culture has got us experiencing large numbers of architectural photographs on our feeds online. This enables viewers to experience a visual understanding of a building, especially an innovative, modern one, from many different perspectives; even if they may never be able to visit the building themselves. Architectural photography “lifts the building out of time, out of breath” and makes it a piece of art that everyone can take part in.

The Voyage
by Elena Paraskeva
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Louvre
by Hana Peskova
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Modern Bridge
by Lightbroom
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The tweesers
by Gilbert Claes
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Axel Towers
by Inge Schuster
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Modern architecture

more at photocrowd

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Architecture by Mike Hollman

“In the past 20 years, I’ve travelled extensively around the world for photography assignments, projects and to capture the beauty of the landscape, nature, architecture, culture and people. Today, I am a commercial photographer based in Auckland, New Zealand, specialising in:
• Architectural photography
• Hotel & Resort Photography
• Travel and landscape photography
• Fine Art Photography
I am also available for assignments and projects worldwide.”
Mike Hollman Photography

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Architecture by Mike Hollman
more at behance

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Industrial and Commercial Architecture Exteriors

This contest is for your photos of the exterior of buildings which are used for commercial or industrial purposes. Examples include factories, warehouses, shops, hotels and office blocks. You could show a close view of the industrial or commercial building, showing off the architectural details, or a wider view of the entire structure within its immediate surroundings. Make sure the architecture of the buildings is clearly visible, so please do not enter distant views of industrial or city skylines. Buildings should clearly be for industry or commerce, and be photographed from the outside. Images can be in colour or black and white.

Novotel
by Inge Schuster
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Selfridges Birmingham
by Inge Schuster
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Mode Gakuen Tower Shinjuku Tokyo
by RobCK
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Petrons Twin Towers
by Keith Lau
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Cantley Sugar Factory
by Jan Murphy
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Industrial and Commercial Architecture Exteriors
more at photocrowd

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The Architectural Photography Awards 2019

The Architectural Photography Awards 2019, sponsored by Sto and supported by the World Architecture Festival (WAF), proudly reveals this year’s shortlist, which was selected from nearly 2000 entries from 42 countries. 29% of the entries were from the UK, 11% from the USA and 9% from China.

The shortlist consists of four entries from 6 categories: Exterior, Interior, Sense of Place, Buildings in Use, Mobile, which this year’s theme is Shelter, and Portfolio with the theme of Social Housing. The photographs will be exhibited at WAF in Amsterdam from 4th – 6th December where visitors can vote for the winners, which will be announced during the WAF Gala Dinner on Friday 6th December.

The reflection of the main hall in a glass case at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London shot by Thomas Knowles.
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The Twist Museum, Kistefos Sculpture Park, Jevnaker, Norway by Bjarke Ingels Group shot by Laurian Ghinitoiu.
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Hill of the Buddha, Makomanai Takino Cemetery Sapporo, Japan by Tadao Ando shot by Vincent Wu.
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Generali Tower, Milan, Italy by Zaha Hadid shot by Marco Tagliarino.
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The Vessel, New York City, USA by Heatherwick Studio shot by Joan Muñoz Arango.
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more at The Architectural Photography Awards

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