‘Building Images’ — an annual exhibition of architectural photography — opens at London’s Sto Werkstatt on February 9, 2017.
For this fourth installment, the show highlights the world’s most renowned architectural photographers, celebrating the importance of image in the way we experience and engage with the built environment.
Broken down into four categories — sense of place, interiors, exteriors, and buildings in use — the exhibition explores different architectural qualities and the broad range of photographic styles used to capture them.
SENSE OF PLACE | Photographer: Mark Wohlrab Bruder Klaus Field Chapel, Mechernich-Wachendorf, Germany Architect: Peter Zumthor
‘I believe architectural photography has the unparalleled ability to make works of architecture and their artistic interpretation accessible to the wider public,’ Amy Croft, curator at Sto Werkstatt said.
SENSE OF PLACE | Photographer: Julien Lanoo
The stage for Haduwa Arts & Culture Institute, Ghana
SENSE OF PLACE | Photographer: Victor Romero
Baku National Stadium, Azerbaijan
Architect: Rossetti with Heerim Architects
SENSE OF PLACE | Photographer: Inigo Bujedo Aguirre
Blok 23, Novi Beograd, Belgrade, Serbia
Architect: Aleksandar Stjepanovic
BUILDINGS IN USE | Photographer: Adrien Barakat
Allianz Headquarters, Zurich, Switzerland
Architect: Wiel Arets Architects
BUILDINGS IN USE | Photographer: Fabrice Fouillet
Musee de Confluences, Lyon, France
Architect: Coop Himmelb(l)au
BUILDINGS IN USE | Photographer: Torsten Andreas Hoffmann
Dharavi, Mumbai, India
EXTERIORS | Photographer: Nick Almasy
Shanghai Tower, Shanghai, China
Architect: Gensler/Marshall Strabala
INTERIORS | Photographer: James Newton
Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London, United Kingdom