3D Printing of Food Oyler Wu Collaborative designed the space at 3DSystems’ 3DS Culinary Lab and we were able to photograph it. Our architectural photography captures the undulating forms as they unfold and seem to breathe with every step we take through the space. The ground floor contains the kitchen demonstration and fabrication areas, and the […]
Architectural photography in Oregon: The structure rises, and the glass skin begins its journey to complete the exterior. TMT Development’s Park Avenue West apartment tower in Southwest Portland moves into the sky.
The namesake and inspiration of Don Henley’s Sunset Grill. The first few times I heard this song, when I was in junior high, it struck me as mysterious, a slow ride into a future sunset of some kind. When I hear it now, it’s even more sublime, magnetic and massive in its tense, structured angst. […]
The Young Research Library at UCLA (it used to be called the University Research Library), by A. Quincy Jones, Architect. I spent many, many hours here back in the day, and still love the place. With a now renovated first floor, the upper floors still evoke the pleasant hours spent studying architecture, photography, and random other […]
The site of the Old Spaghetti Factory on Sunset Blvd in Los Angeles. Now the Sunset Gordon Tower, it’s an interesting example of how some developers are keeping a visual representation of the historical site. In this case, the actual facade was destroyed then reconstituted.
The A.E. Larson building in Yakima, Washington. Built by businessman Alfred Larson in 1931 by architect John Maloney, this great example of the Art Deco style stands 188 feet tall to the flagpole top.