Category: Interior Photography

Roy Gardiner Captures Contemporary Museum Spaces Around The World

Rory Gardiner is an professional architectural photographer and designer who was born in and raised in Melbourne, Australia and currently lvies and works in London, UK. After studying Photography at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Rory spent two years in Japan working as a snowboard photographer. More info: website

Bowling Alleys: The Vintage Beauty and Aesthetic of Germany’s Kegelbahnen by Robert Goetzfried

Robert Goetzfried is an professional photographer and graphic designer currently based in Munich, Germany. For his project “Bowling Alleys”, Robert has traveled all over Germany to capture the country’s vibrant bowling alleys. “I like to show places in ways people don’t usually see them,’ Goetzfried explained. “Kegeln was a big deal when I was a child,” he says. “These days, the bowling alleys are becoming rare and traditional ones are about to die.” Kegeln was a big thing in 1980s Germany. It’s a bit like in Big Lebowski. Behind the alley, people were drinking, smoking, and all kinds of things. ... Read more

Beautiful Interior Photography by James Hackland

James Hackland is an professional photographer based in Oakville, Ontario with more than 10 years experience working in the photographic industry. James works all over the Greater Toronto Area. He shoots a lot of travel, urban, landscape, industrial and interior photography. Hackland has travelled extensively throughout the United States and Canada and has also visited Costa Rica, Mexico, England, Belgium, Germany and France. More info: instagram / website

Brothels: Jasper White Captures Dramatic Interiors of Brothels in Germany

Jasper White is an award winning photographer who was born in East London and develop his passion for art and image-making at a young age. Jasper shoots a lot of architecture, cinematic, editorial, documentary and fine art photography. For his series “Brothels”, White documented theatrical interiors of brothels in Frankfurt, Germany. The spaces were developed, styled and dressed by the wonen who rent the rooms. The looks of the rooms are determined by their clients needs, which ultimately explain more about the personalities of the clients than that of the workers. The joint persona of the rooms and the women ... Read more

Sebastian Erras Documents The Beauty of Paris Through its Colourful Storefronts

You may remember Sebastian’s brilliant photo series that focus on the floors of Paris and London. Now Sebastian Erras has collaborated with a print company “Pixartprinting”, to realize the ‘Paris Re-Tale’, a project which tells the story of City of Lights through its colourful shopfronts. Erras captures the exquisite beauty of Parisian little storefronts, with each image featuring the photos and stories of each shop and its owner. Their workshops, laboratories and boutiques tell a different tale of the city. More info: website / Pixartprinting

Art of Living Photography Project by Gray Malin

Gray Malin is a talented California-based photographer best known for his aerial beach photography, debuted his latest series “The Art of Living” by installing iconic mid-century modern furnitures on the top of a 15ft by 15ft mirrored platform constructed in Bora Bora. The floating mirrored stilts crafted by local engineers showcase exquisite furniture designs conceptualized by Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Knoll. The series is the latest collaboration between the artist and the hotel brand. ‘Following the successful global video art collaboration between Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts and renowned fine art photographer Gray Malin, Le Méridien Piccadilly ... Read more

My Room Project by John Thackwray

John Thackwray is a talented 30-year-old photographer and filmmaker who was born in South Africa and currently based in Paris, France. For his series “My Room Project”, John travels world to document how youth live their lives. He spent four years of his life visiting the rooms of the 80’s generation from 55 countries, hundreds of rooms, millions and billions of meetings and memories. Thackwray has travelled across Europe, North America, Central and East Asia, covering places like Germany, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Japan, Russia, among others. “The concept is simple: photographing young men and women who were born in the ... Read more

Perfectly Symmetry of Grand Theaters by Gilles Alonso

Gilles Alonso is a talented 43-year-old photographer based in Lyon, France. Gilles specializes in architecture and interior photography. For his recent project “Symétrie du Spectacle” (“Symmetry Show”), Alonso takes shots of theater stages empty of any crowds with perfect symmetry, putting the emphasis on the spectacular architecture of these rooms. Photographer visited about 30 performing arts halls across France and photographed the theaters from center stage. I have long wanted to undertake a series on the theme of symmetry. Theaters were a perfect subject for this theme, as their designs are guided by similar constraints. The architects and designers all ... Read more

Matthew Brooks Captures Colorful Portraits of Offices

Matthew Brooks is a talented artist and photographer from Winnipeg, Manitoba who currently based in Montréal, Canada. He is currently completing a B.F.A. in Photography at Concordia University and will be an M.F.A. candidate at Concordia University in September 2016. For his project “Office Space”, Matthew documented various institutional and governmental offices. Brooks uses colors to enhance the space and ojects that characterize it. More info: instagram / facebook / website

Beautiful Interior Photography by Pia Ulin

Pia Ulin is a talented photographer, mother and traveller, who was born in 1965 in Sundsvall, Sweden and currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Pia studied at the International Center of Photography in New York in the early 1990s. Focusing mainly on interior photography, Ulin has shot for a number of international brands including H&M Home, IKEA, West Elm, Sonos, Williams Sonoma, Cath Kidson, Nokia, Absolut and Anthropologie. She has been involved in a number of books, such as Nesting, Monochrome Home, Kinfolk Home and Colourful with Lotta Agaton. More info: instagram / website

Colorful Interiors of Latin America in The 1980s by Rafael Goldchain

[gallery link=”file” columns=”1″ size=”medium” ids=”98596,98597,98598,98599,98600,98601,98602,98603,98604,98605,98606″] Rafael Goldchain is an professional photographer, who was born in 1953 of Polish-Jewish heritage in Santiago, Chile and educated in Jerusalem, Israel before moving to Toronto, Canada in the late 1970s. Rafael received his MFA at York University and a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Photographic Studies at Ryerson University. For his “Inventario” series, the Canadian photographer captured the colorful interiors of México and Central America in the 1980s and 1990s. His beautiful interiors reflect a melting pot of cultures and the rapid changes in society at that time.