Collection by Miyoko Ohtake

Photographer Iwan Baan Honored

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On October 10--the 100th anniversary of legendary photographer Julius Shulman--artist Iwan Baan was honored with the inaugural Julius Shulman Institute Photography Award. Just as Shulman was the choice to capture the works of mid-century-modern architects like Richard Neutra, Rudolph Schindler, and Pierre Koenig, Baan (a young photographer from the Netherlands) blossomed shooting the structures of today's top designers: Herzog & de Meuron, Rem Koolhaus, Thom Mayne, and Sanaa, to name a few. We've been captivated just as much by the buildings Baan has photographed as the images themselves and here present a short roundup of our favorites from the past.

In July 2009, Dwell contributing blogger Tiffany Chu praised the work of Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishiawa of Sanaa and...
The pavilion comprised an aluminum canopy (polished to a mirror-like finish) supported by stainless steel columns.
For our August 14, 2009, Friday Finds, editor-in-chief Sam Grawe temporarily satisfied his wanderlust by clicking...
A few months later, for our October 9, 2009, Friday Finds, senior editor Sarah Rich selected Baan's photographs of the...
Earlier this year, in June 2010, I wrote about the winners of the 2010 National Design Awards, among them, James...
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