We’re going back to Helsinki with past Project of the Week photographer Tuomas Uusheimo. Last time around, Tuomas showed us the Oodi Library, and today’s featured project shares a very similar shape and style. Like Oodi, the Terminal 2 building expansion of the Helsinki Airport is by ALA Architects.
“This project was all about the landscape and creating a retreat home for an Olympia, WA couple to get lost in the land with their dogs and with birding, which is one of their passions” recounts architectural photographer Lara Swimmer as she shares the story behind her time photographing High Prairie House by EB Architects.
For our final Project of the Week this year, we’re closing things out with a very cool set of images by Arizona-based architectural photographer Kevin Brost.
What I love about this series is how Kevin was able to make a beautiful, cohesive set of images with plenty of mood, all in an area void of natural light.
On today’s rendition of Project of the Week, we are taking a look at a gorgeous set of photographs by architectural and interiors photographer Lauren Miller. Lauren is based out of Toronto and her work has a quiet and textural quality about it that I just love.
The particular project we will be taking a look at today is Ashley Botten Design’s Lake Rosseau Cottage in Ontario.
Some photographs have a painterly quality, and others are sculptural. Today’s Project of the Week by Félix Michaud is the latter.
Félix’s work effuses a quiet and breathless quality, all while translating a three-dimensional space through a two-dimensional medium. This project – NORM by Alain Carle Architecte in Baie D’Urfé, Qc.
Maybe you know Maine-based architectural photographer Trent Bell from his awesome AD&P Podcast, or his expansive client list, AIA awards, or his endless quiver of beautiful work. As I pour through his portfolio, each project is just off-the-rails gorgeous. It makes sense, as Trent is an architect turned photographer, so he brings a solid understanding of each piece of architecture that he is photographing.
Chase Daniel is one of my very favorite architectural photographers. You might remember him from a past Project of the Week featuring Turkel Design’s Axiom Desert House. There is something about his work that just puts me over the moon!
Today we’re taking a gander at one of his newest projects, Hotel Morgan.
While it’s not really beach time here on America’s East Coast, I’ve spent many autumn weeks on North Carolina’s beaches. It feels fitting to me, then, that this week’s featured project be of Mobius House by Kersting Architecture, built by Sterling Custom Construction. Mobius House sits back in the dunes of Pine Knoll Shores, North Carolina and has been perfectly photographed by Raleigh, NC based architectural photographer Keith Isaacs.
These days it’s common to see most photographers working under their own moniker, going solo except for an assistant. Some work as duos, and even more rare is the occasional agency. Today we’re taking a look at Florbrant/Svanberg – a Stockholm-based team of “photographers, retouchers, stylists and set designers.”
We’re shaking things up with this Project of the Week by geologist turned photographer/filmmaker David Bewick. At the risk of turning this to Architectural Video Almanac, this week we are diving into the creative process behind this captivating piece of film featuring the Stirling Prize-nominated Windermere Jetty Museum.
There are a thousand ways to describe this Project of the Week, but simply sublime is all that really needs to be said.
Really, simply sublime was the goal mood for this project, which is meant to be a relaxing home-away-from-home. Delugan Meissl Associated Architects designed this superb residential housing for offshore workers who are building and servicing the major offshore wind turbine parks in the North Sea, between the UK, the Netherlands, and Germany.
Mark Elst is an architectural and interiors photographer from Holland currently living and working in France. Mark works for architects all around the region, including those in Switzerland, Italy, and even the Netherlands.
Today’s featured project was submitted by Ira Gosalia of Photographix India, and it takes us to the old town neighborhood of Ahmedabad, India. Today we’ll be checking out Ira’s photographs of Play House by UA Design.
Ira kicks things off by sharing “The architect wanted to recreate the intangible spirit of an old city house, but expressed the architecture in a modern way.
Today’s featured project takes us on a little adventure to Lake Leelanau where we will be checking out Hygge Supply’s original kit house. Taking us there will be Detroit-based architectural and interiors photographer Diana Paulson of Linea Photo. This project was shot early in Diana’s career, and she has been kind enough to share some great lessons she learned along the way.
On Christmas Day in 2015, brushfires tore through the south coast of the Otway ranges on Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. With the entire forest gone, the landslides came, devastating what was left of the Wye River area. The landslides blocked the iconic Great Ocean Road, which is the only access to and from the region.
Way back at the beginning of APALMANAC’s conception, Brooke Holm was the very first interviewee on the site. It is easy to see why. Her photographs are delicate and beautiful, full of form and line and sweeping dreamy light. It’s a no-brainer that Brooke’s photos of Sean Connolly in the Dubai Opera should be on Project of the Week.
For this week’s featured project, we’re going to take a look at a big ‘ole classic American home in Pennsylvania, because it holds quite a colorful surprise! Architectural and interiors photographer Brian Wetzel has been kind enough to share heaps about this very cool project. I’m so excited to shake things up from the typical modern and contemporary shaped POTW buildings, and check out this stately home boasting craftsman details and a few fresh and funky design elements!
Frank Gehry’s Luma Arles is a striking building. Situated in the heart of the Parc des Ateliers, the new 56 meter tall stainless steel clad tower emerging out of a glass drum is a nod to Van Gogh. The mixed use space holds everything from an exhibition hall to private offices, a library, and even an event venue.