I recently spent a week in Barcelona attending a workshop in architectural photography. Our teacher was none other than Åke E:son Lindman, one of the most skillful and productive photographers in this field.
This week was all work and no play. At home I had chosen two very modern buildings to focus on, really tall and with lots of glass. But after our initial lecture I went in a completely different direction and chose to spend most of the time on a two-story house made out of concrete.
I did work on a second building though, MACBA, the museum of contemporary art by Richard Meier. It’s a fantastic building with an overwhelming amount of lines, shapes and shadowplay, as you can see above.
All photos by: Mikael Axelsson