Photographs by James Whitaker – Architecture Pictures

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Celebrated projects from around the globe – Selection:

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Selected architecture photographs by James Whitaker

21_21 Design Sight, Tokyo, Japan
Design: Architect Tadao Ando
21_21 Design Sight 21_21 Design Sight Tokyo

Battersea Power Station, London, UK
Design: GG Scott Architect
Battersea Power Station

Blue Carpet, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, UK
Design: Heatherwick Studio, London
Blue Carpet Blue Carpet Newcastle

Cheung Kong Centre, Hong Kong
Design: Cesar Pelli Architect
Cheung Kong Centre

Guy’s Hospital Approaches, London, UK
Design: Heatherwick Studio
Guy's Hospital Approaches Guy's Hospital London Guy's Hospital Approaches London Guy's Hospital Facade

Guy's Hospital Detail

The National Art Centre, Tokyo, Japan
Design: Kisho Kurokawa Architect
National Art Centre Tokyo

Nordic Embassies, Berlin, Germany
Design: Berger + Parkkinen, Architects
Nordic Embassies Berlin

Paternoster Square Vents, London, UK
Design: Heatherwick Studio
Paternoster Square Vents Design Paternoster Square Vents London Paternoster Square Vents Photo Paternoster Square Vents Detail

Prada Store Tokyo, Japan
Design: Herzog and de Meuron, Architects
Prada Store Tokyo

Rolling Bridge, Paddington Basin, London, UK
Design: Heatherwick Studio
Rolling Bridge

Shakespeare Tower, Barbican, London, UK
Chamberlin, Powell and Bon, Architects
Shakespeare Tower

Tate Modern, London, UK
Herzog and de Meuron, Architects
Tate Modern Tate Modern London

Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles, USA
Frank Gehry Architect
Walt Disney Concert Hall

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Foster + Partners

The first permanent photograph, View from the Window at Le Gras by Nicéphore Niépce, was also the first architectural photograph as it was a view of buildings. Similarly, photographs taken by early photographer William Henry Fox Talbot were of architecture, including his photograph of a Latticed window in Lacock Abbey taken in 1835.

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