Quite the opposite of real-estate photography, architectural photography is meant to extract the vibrancy, warmth and beauty of natural light. A blurred line between landscape photography and the register of the current built space. It’s a result of patience, high level of perseverance and dedication. The same concepts mark the path of these photos: recover the essence of the built space. Retrieve the proportions, stability and depth of architecture with the use of non wide angle lenses. Respecting these proportions is crucial to achieve a trustworthy aspect of the picture as
a document of a space and time.
We grew up as architects surrounded by myths: in our classrooms, books and travels. I had the luck to be able to visit amazing buildings around the world, but unfortunately when it was too early to afford a good photo equipment. This small selection is an homage to all those great masters I had the privilege to visit with my new gear.