SHIGA – In his hometown and apparently his architectural playground, Kouichi Kimura designed a residence for a photographer.
PARIS – The residences on Rue Championnet were built during the Haussmann era of the mid-19th century, with each structure mimicking the appearance of the next.
Architectural photographer Duccio Malagamba comments on recent developments in his profession.
SHKODËR – The Albanian government is seeking to improve the country's cultural sector through the repurposing of built heritage as a means to promote the nation's history.
MANSHAUSEN – A visual follow-up on Snorre Stinessen's Sea Cabins which we published in Mark #62, situated on a blissful and privately owned Norwegian island.
RAFAEL URIBE URIBE – The Catalan artist has created an image series which combines his finesse in photography and 3D rendering.
AMSTERDAM – During the last 20 years of the twentieth century, the influence of professional architecture criticism gave rise to the photographer specialising in architecture.
MOSCOW – Photographers Denis Esakov and Dmitry Vasilenko set to the skies above the former Soviet Union with the use of a drone to capture previously unseen views.
MONTREAL – A Canadian photographer goes underground and sheds light on the overlooked metro stations in Montreal.
MELBOURNE – An architectural firm and an artist in Melbourne collaborate to realise a photograph as a building.
LONDON – Architectural Photographer Paul Raftery reflects on his collaboration with filmmaker Dan Lowe for a documentary on the construction of the Leadenhall Building in London.
ZWOLLE – Pieter Henket spoke to Frameweb about his new exhibition, the relation between film and photography in his work and an upcoming project.
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