Posts tagged as 'Deidi von Schaewen'

Wed 6.5.

TEXTILED SPACES Photography by Deidi von Schaewen

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.05.2015 - Tagged as: , ,

TEXTILED SPACES Photography by Deidi von Schaewen

TEXTILED SPACES Photography by Deidi von Schaewen

In the “Textiled Spaces” exhibition at Techtextil, Architonic shows selected photographs by the Paris-based artist Deidi von Schaewen.

 

Pictures by the renowned architectural photographer have in recent decades decisively shaped our view of buildings by star contemporary architects such as Frank Gehry, Tadao Ando, and Jean Nouvel. In addition to documenting iconic buildings, her work for diverse magazines (The World of Interiors, Architectural Digest, Vogue, Elle Decoration) and publishing houses (including Taschen and Flammarion) has explored traditional forms of construction in Africa and Asia. (by Sophie Loschert)

 

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Thanks to our friends at Actes Sud publishers, we’re giving away four free copies of ‘Simon Vélez Architect. Mastering Bamboo’, a strikingly illustrated monograph on the work of the free-thinking and highly respected Colombian architect, with photography by renowned architectural photographer Deidi von Schaewen.
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In this first installment of our new series featuring the work of renowned architectural photographer DEIDI VON SCHAEWEN, we take a look at a unique exhibition of Colombian architect and bamboo-master Simon Vélez’s work, currently installed in the grounds of La Bambouseraie in the South of France. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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Tue 13.5.

Catch Her If You Can: Deidi von Schaewen

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.05.2014 - Tagged as: ,

Corrugated-iron-hut facade in Mauritania, one of von Schaewen's many studies in architectural typologies

Corrugated-iron-hut facade in Mauritania, one of von Schaewen’s many studies in architectural typologies

Respected architectural photographer Deidi von Schaewen isn’t one for letting the grass grow under her feet. Active since the 1960s and with no sign of hanging up her camera any time soon, Architonic caught up with the peripatetic image-maker to talk the changing value of architectural photography, the advent of digital imagery, and her love of mud huts. (by Simon Keane-Cowell)

 

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