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The Camera
January 19, 2015 /

Shannon McGrath

Shannon McGrath has been photographing architecture and interior design works for 15 years. She is commissioned by pre-eminent architects and designers around Australia for her ability to get under the skin of a project, and not only capture its pure essence but also her client’s formal design intent. Passionate and professional, Shannon’s images are known for their beautiful portrayal of light and form, with a soft realism that celebrates the subject matter.

Articles
January 16, 2015 /

What's New on the Bookshelves? January 2015 edition

This year starts off with several interesting book releases, including the complete works of Spanish minimalist Campo Baeza as well as a well-grounded call for a radically new tectonic understanding in architecture. Also, a collection of the most controversial buildings of our time and the present state and future of space design.

Bookcase
January 12, 2015 /

Friedensreich Hundertwasser - 1928-2000
By Wieland Schmied

The first volume of Taschen's monograph on the widely celebrated and wildly controversial Austrian artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser - known for his colourful and child-like paintings and his organic architectural designs - paints an inspirational portrait of one of the most prolific artists of the 20th century.

Articles
January 08, 2015 /

What's On? Architectural Exhibitions, January 2015 edition

Once again, we've picked a few of the most exciting exhibitions for you to visit this month. Get a unique insight into the progressive Russian avant-garde at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin or visit the Studio Mumbai solo-exhibition in Bordeaux. Also, historical exhibitions on the tall ambitions that has shaped the Frankfurter skyline at the DAM, as well as the architectural and planning research during World War II at the MAXII in Rome.

Travel
January 05, 2015 /

Travel Guide: Seoul
Seoul, South Korea

Through the first half of the 20th century, Seoul seemed destined to remain in the shadow of the region's neighboring mega-cities Tokyo and Beijing. Since the late-80s, however, the South Korean capital has thrown its hat into the ring and assertively managed to attract vast amounts of culture and commerce.

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