Architectural Houses

Architectural Houses

By: Eugeni Pons (photographer)Hardback

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The work of photographer Eugeni Pons bears exceptional testimony to the contemporary architecture produced in Europe during the last two decades. In this book, his work captures the essence of the houses he has photographed, revealing their soul and exposing their identity. He offers his impression of the exteriors and interiors without losing the sense of what happens around them. Although these arguments may be valid for any architectural photographer, those who follow the work of E. Pons can say that his pictures are his own and nobody else's.

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About Author

Eugeni Pons (born in Barcelona, 1964) graduated in philosophy, but photography has always been his profession and his passion. When he was 13, he acquired his first professional camera, a Canon AE-1. His career began in 1992 as co-founder of a small advertising photography studio after studying photography for five years at the Barcelona school of photography (IEFC). Currently, he collaborates internationally with some of the most important print media: Architectural Digest, Wallpaper, Interni, Abitare, Arquitectura y Diseno, El Pais Semanal, Magazine (of La Vanguardia) among others. Eugeni Pons' interest in experimental photography, landscape design and architecture has won him five LUX awards in the architectural photography category. He has also participated in various exhibitions, the most recent, Barcelona-Madrid, presented by the Architects Association in Madrid. In 2004, he had a solo exhibition of his work at Sala Greek in Barcelona.

Product Details

  • publication date: 28/11/2016
  • ISBN13: 9788499369860
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 296
  • ID: 9788499369860
  • ISBN10: 8499369863

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