The photography series that will kindly usher you from your keyboard to the urban jungle around you.
by Katie Watkins This article originally appeared on ArchDaily. The son of Portuguese immigrants in Venezuela, Manuel Pita
You work in them. You live in them. You pass by them everyday. They stretch above us like forest canopies made of metal and
Dangling high above the rest of us, they forge connections from here to there, and sometimes, from then to now. Bridges aren't
I'm not an architect but I specialize in representing architecture on the printed page. I'm a graphic designer and magazine art director, and a great deal of my work involves translating 3 dimensional structures into a 2 dimensional format either on paper or via a computer screen.
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Victor Enrich was ten years old when he started to draw unreal cities. After working in the field of architectural visualization
I met the photographer Julius Shulman by chance in the spring of 1999. Unbeknownst to me, that meeting would open a hidden portal to Los Angeles, forever altering the course of my life.
Juergen is himself a brilliant photographer whose super clean, flawless and luminous architectural photography turns any building into a work of art.