Architect Joel Sanders carves out master suite high above Central Park / New York Magazine / Photos by Peter Aaron
WE ARE NOW PROUD TO REPRESENT THE WORK OF RORY GARDINER AT www.ottoarchive.com
Rory was born in Australia and studied photography at RMIT in Melbourne. The majority of his childhood was spent near the coast or in the mountains, cultivating his strong attachment to the natural landscape. This later expanded towards the built environment which, he attributes to his father being an architect. Rory lives and works in London.
Dartmouth Park Flat designed by Mark Lewis Interior Design in London, UK
Third Wave Kiosk designed by Tony Hobba Architects in Torquay, Australia
Museum of Islamic Art designed by I.M. PEI in Doha, Qatar
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WE ARE NOW PROUD TO REPRESENT THE WORK OF JONATHAN SAVOIE AT www.ottoarchive.com
Jonathan was born and raised in Canada. After studying art and design in Europe, Savoie relocated to Tokyo where he now permanently lives and works. His photographs have been used in advertising campaigns and featured in editorial magazines such as GQ Italy, Casa Vogue, and Interior Design.
Architect Sinichi Ogawa’s Warehouse in Hiroshima, Japan
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“BEYOND THE ASSIGNMENT: DEFINING PHOTOGRAPHS OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN” Exhibition Opening Saturday 10/05
“State of Exception” presents traces of the human experience – photos by Richard Barnes / STERN Magazine (Germany)
State of Exception presents traces of the human experience—backpacks, water bottles, border patrol restraints, and other objects left behind in the desert by both undocumented migrants on their journey into the U.S. and the law enforcement agents who seek to keep them out.
Stern Magazine in Germany recently featured this powerful photograph showing the countless personal items left behind in the desert.