Hans van Beek photographed by Thijs Wolzak
The photographer often captures creative people in their own environment. This particular shot is of an architect and his wife at their home, which architect Dirk Roosenburg originally built for himself.
Charles and Ray Eames at work
The life of a designer before computers… was probably less stressful.
Edit: This is in response to Nico’s Yellow Submarine who disagrees. Clients wouldn’t have expected instant results then, deadlines are just becoming more urgent now. In addition, I don’t think anyone would have expected me to use 80 computers over two nights to render a 50 second video back then. Hand drawings really ain’t that bad.
Kevin Taylor was a husband, father, director of Taylor Cullity Lethlean, and my boss. Tragically, he was killed in a car accident in Darwin on Sunday, 7 August. He was passionate, talented, generous, and had a wonderful sense of humour. One of the best landscape architects in Australia, if not the best, we have lost a unique gem. You will be dearly missed.
Designers and their chairs: (from left) George Nelson, Edward Wormley, Eero Saarinen, Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames and Jens Risom
Photoraphy by Georges Rousse
He photographs abandoned spaces which he first paints to create optical illusions.
Picasso had such a conducive studio for creative work, but there are way too many photos of him in his undies.
Highway #2 by Edward Burtynsky
Burtynsky takes large scale photographs of how the landscape has been modified by mankind and industry.
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