Well-known for its designer furniture factory in the German part of the region, Weil am Rhein is part of the imprecise belt of outer suburban Basel. This photographic studio is located in what was formerly one of the older suburbs of villas in a land
This stunning collection of photographs submitted to the CIOB’s annual Art of Building competition is a must-have for anyone who is passionate about the built world and how humanity and nature interact with it. The Art of Building
With a special focus on territorial narratives, a consequence of human impact on nature, this architect, pilot, aerial photographer, and professor uses his images as a platform to aesthetically analyze how we interact with our planet. Born in England
Certain years are so eventful they are regarded as pivotal in history, years when wars and slavery ended and deep generational fissures burst into the open — 1865, 1945 and 1968 among them. The year 2020 will certainly join this list. It will long be
The world’s greatest architects spend hundreds of hours perfecting the visual impact of their...
Carried out with archaeological intention, the work completed by Danny Lyon in 1967, when he was just 25 years old, is a unique and imperishable document on twenty-four hectares of building in the heart of New York prior to their demolition in a wave
In the context of the PHotoEspaña 2020 festival, the Museo ICO in Madrid is until 17 January hosting an exhibition that documents Lower Manhattan’s dramatic transformation in the 1960s through the retina of the New York photographer Danny Lyon. His
Contemporary Swedish photography museum Fotografiska announced plans to launch its newest outpost in Berlin...
On view from 16 September to 17 January at the ICO Museum in Madrid are 76 images taken by the photographer and filmmaker Danny Lyon – born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1942 – that show the architectural transformation of Lower Manhattan. Curated by Lyo
Trained in Fine Arts and with experience in design and visual effects, the photographer Irenaeus Herok, born in Poland and based in Sydney, specializes in portraits, landscape, and aerial photography. His travels have taken him to remote places aroun
Detroit’s early 20th-century buildings were astonishingly grand – now they’re being destroyed. Philip Jarmain captured their fading glamour. Michigan Theatre, 2013. Architects: Rapp and Rapp. Built: 1926. Michigan Theatre is widely known for its hau
Fascinated by the surrealist structures of megacities and urban landscapes, as well as by modernity and its environmental and social consequences, photographer Ryan Koopmans, born in 1986 in Amsterdam and raised in Vancouver, studied at the Universit