Floating Structures.

I come from a city that has an eclectic mix of architecture, from huge neglected brutalist structures, to beautifully preserved Georgian streets. It's therefore no surprise that I love photographing buildings that catch my eye. What I'm trying to convey with this series is how these buildings can take on a completely new persona when viewed without context and a little digital manipulation.

Singapore: Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay
McLaren Vale: d'Arenberg Cube
Los Angeles: The Central Los Angeles Area High School #9 
Belfast: Titanic Belfast
Wellington: Executive Wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings (The Beehive)
Sydney: The Sydney Opera House
London: The Royal National Theatre
Gateshead: The Sage Gateshead
Cairo: The Great Pyramid of Giza
Tokyo: Fuji TV Headquarters
Los Angeles: The Walt Disney Concert Hall
Floating Structures featured as the Image of the Day in Computer Arts, with an accompanying interview with me.
Floating Structures chosen to be included in UC Quarterly, which is a printed magazine of the most interesting, relevant, and fun-to-see projects published each quarter across UnderConsideration's network.
Floating Structures highlighted on Quipsologies, one of my favourite design blogs.
Floating Structures review on nothingmajor.com.
Floating Structures featured on the beautiful Spanish website Art Nau.
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