A photographic journey between the buildings of a relentlessly growing city. It is a deep immersion into the city’s thick atmospheres and a visual record of its wildly diverse built environment.
Related - Tokyo Sky Drive “Take a journey through the city of Tokyo at night with this video filmed in HD on the Tokyo Monorail and horizontally mirrored.”
The City Series is a collection of wood sculptures that represent a woodworker’s journey from the suburbs to the city. Each piece depicts the outsider’s perspective of the urban landscape. Made entirely of scrap wood, this work is an interpretation of making something out of nothing. Each piece is cut intuitively on a band saw. The result is a collection of architectural forms, each distinctly different from the next.
Beneath the streets of Munich, photographer Nick Frank patently waits for the quite moments when the usually busy corridors, paths and stairs of the Munich subways empty. See more of his brilliant work on Behance’s Photography Served.
Full of overwhelming craftsmanship and detail, photographer David Stephenson captures the vaults and ceilings of European architecture from Romanesque to Gothic.
Walking into the museum you go through the hall of “Giants” visualizing the important club members and glorious moments. Through the hall you travel into The Ajax Academy filled with multimedia rooms and interactive training areas. Once you have practiced your technique and speed hear an inspiring speech from the club’s coach and head into the stadium to hear the roar of the crowd.
Filled with wall-to-wall polygons, Sid Lee Architecture transformed the old shipbuilding factory into a new and creative headquarters for Redbull Amsterdam. Using a juxtaposition of ideas—light vs dark, arts vs industry—the new headquarters is a perfect fit for the Redbull brand and location.
Additional post featuring Sid Lee’s work - Bota Bota
I’ve posted about photographer Kim Høltermand in the past for the Deserted City, but his work still continues to amaze me with his latest series Majestics. The foggy ambiance he captures adds an eerie and serene mood to all of his work.
Combining 3D art, graphic design, typography and architecture, Chris Labrooy created a series of renders inspired by the architectural style of Zaha Hadid, Tadao Ando, Oscar Niemeyer, and Toyo Ito. The detail and imagination that went into each of the pieces is quite inspiring.
Austin architects Andersson-Wise did an amazing job on this modern and natural tower house on the water outside of Austin, Texas. I could definitely live here. One day in the future I would love to be able to hire an architect to custom design a home full a character.
Beautiful example of Nordic architecture that blends into the scenic Stegastein lookout in the Aurlandsfjellet region of Norway. The gravity defying Aurland Lookout was designed by Todd Saunders and Tommie Wilhelmsen and commissioned by the Norwegian Highway Department.
For more amazing examples of the combination of scenic landscapes and architecture in Norway check out the imagery on the National Tourist Routes in Norway site.
Discovered on The Fox is Black
Moody and epic series of architecture photos, Deserted City, was captured by Denmark freelance landscape and architecture photographer Kim Høltermand. During the day Kim works as a fingerprints expert in The Crime Scene Unit of The Danish National Police.
Daniel Burnham, architect (1864-1912) - The man that built some of the worlds first skyscrapers and created urban plans for Chicago, Washington DC, San Francisco, Cleveland, and Manila before the profession of urban planning existed.
Well executed branding for Bota Bota spa in Montreal by Gabriel Lefebvre created at Sid Lee. In addition to the branding work Sid Lee is also behind the architecture and design of Bota Bota. If you’re not familiar with Sid Lee’s work spend a few minutes browsing through their stellar portfolio.
Found on Behance.