Every so often a photographer’s portfolio holds something more than pretty pictures of rumbled beds and blowsy flowers. Every so often I find myself experiencing the great buildings of the world through another person’s eyes. Tim Griffith is an Aussie architectural photographer who has captured the work of the world’s leading architects. Tim thought his work might be a tad too purist for you but he has some stunning residential photos to tempt you in. It’s when you get to his website that you can marvel at the work of architects such as Renzo Piano (love love love the Tjibaou Cultural Centre in Noumea), WOHA and Frank Gehry. Don’t miss his historical portfolio either for a glimpse at the architectural marvels of the past. Oh and his Beijing work for it’s monumental presence…..
Quirky, fresh, warm, modern. Here’s a peek at the inspirational portfolio of stylist Laurence Pasquier.
The photography of Oberto Gili is so spectacular it’s mind-blowing. The lighting is just perfect, and brings each room to life making them vibrant and full of personality. The angles showcase all the most eye-catching pieces at a glance.
It’s easy to see why Sydney photographer Maree Homer is such in demand with Aussie shelter magazines. Her work is light, bright, youthful and fun just like the Australian lifestyle she captures. Her interiors portfolio is overflowing with tearsheets from contemporary design magazines. One word for her food portfolio – delicious!
Grant emailed with a link to a video of Trading Spaces’ Genevieve Gorder with tips on how to decorate a dorm room. Since it’s back to school time and she’s got some really great ideas, I thought this was worthy of an extra Monday post.