Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan
The curious thing is that Baikonur isn’t actually in Baikonur
How an iconic brutalist design, created from 152 concrete blocks became a sacred space.
St Mary’s Cathedral, Tokyo, a sacred space where beautiful shafts of light play on the concrete
Quintessential Modernism designed by Eileen Gray, Le Corbusier and Jean Badovici on one small, glorious spot above the Mediterranean sea
Nathan’s Famous Hot Dogs
With more than 500 million sold they’ve gotta be doing something right.
Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s, South West Pennsylvania weekend hideaway designed for the Edgar Jonas and Lilianne Kaufmann family.
Five bands of steel which are subtly different shades, having the effect of sweeping up the interior space in Ron Arad’s Design Museum in Holon
The White Tower Yekaterinburg
Bitterly cold, stark uncompromising weather was the perfect backdrop to my visit to Yekaterinburg in Russia to photograph an iconic landmark.
Villa Tugendhat, a pioneering prototype of modern architecture in Europe, designed by Mies van der Rohe.
Les Choux de Créteil
A hallucinogenic concrete veggie patch. Anyone for magic cauliflowers?
The Whitney Museum on the Upper East Side of Manhatten on W54 street,
Founded in 1931 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney and it’s home was in midtown on W54th Street.
Barbican Lake on the iconic brutalist barbican estate
The Barbican Estate built by Chamberlain, Powell and Bon took a dream and a vision conceived on a bomb shattered piece of land in the centre of the City of London.
De La Warr Pavilion, how a German and a Georgian created something so quintessentially British
Frank Gehry’s 2006 Hotel Marqués de Riscal
A hotel where even the grapes get in on the act in the spa