A Project I always enjoy – Architectural Photography.
NettletonTribe from Sydney asked me to head to Deakin University at Waurn Ponds – Geelong, to shoot the very impressive Student Accommodation section there.
Plenty of internals and externals. Weather was superb for this shoot either side of pretty ordinary, wet and cold weather, so lucky in the end J
|Designer:||Planwise Design Pty Ltd||Builder:||Luke Drummond Builders|
|Phone:||(03) 5441 5888||Photographer:||
This project was a clear winner given its innovative use of steel both externally and internally. This design uses steel creatively to reflect and highlight the building’s industrial history in its previous use as a brewery. The steel entry canopy and the sculptural façade beyond make a contemporary juxtaposition to the restored heritage building and the original expressed steel truss above, while creating interest to the main focus and address to the building.
Galvanised steel also continues as a strong element used for the upper residence screening device. This complements the heritage pressed red bricks and adds interest to this elevation.
This theme continues through to the interiors, where the use of steel conduits and pipes has been left to be exposed proud of the walls. This, once again, highlights the features of a bygone era, and of older plumbing practices where exposed steel pipe runs were normal practice and not the exception.
The innovative way that this project adopts the original restored steel components and then relating these to the new galvanised elements to the external layer, certainly make this project the winner in this category
Bendigo Commercial Photographer Anthony Webster.
I spent a great day capturing some nice images at River Valley near Melbourne last week. My client was after some promotional Photography for the area, I arrived early enough to capture some morning fog and mist in the air. Captured quite a few shots and looking forward to seeing the promo material. Anthony Webster – Imagine Pictures.