Lightroom 1.0, a photography studio, is a freestanding structure on the property. “Together, they represent an autobiography of my career,” Carpenter says.
Lightroom 1.0, a photography studio, is a freestanding structure on the property. “Together, they represent an autobiography of my career,” Carpenter says.
In the master bedroom, Chris designed all of the built-in furniture. The painting is by Mike Monteiro.
In the master bedroom, Chris designed all of the built-in furniture. The painting is by Mike Monteiro.
Julia: Tamas Dezso Photography

I came across the photo series Notes for an Epilogue by Hungarian photographer Tamas Dezso. The series shows us a portrait of Romania and highlights how the former Eastern Bloc nation is now in a moment of transition. These images are beautiful, moving, and tell a strong story.
Julia: Tamas Dezso Photography I came across the photo series Notes for an Epilogue by Hungarian photographer Tamas Dezso. The series shows us a portrait of Romania and highlights how the former Eastern Bloc nation is now in a moment of transition. These images are beautiful, moving, and tell a strong story.
Grant Mudford, Dallas, Texas.
Grant Mudford, Dallas, Texas.
Peavey Plaza was designed by M. Paul Friedberg and sits adjacent to the Nicollet Mall, a main drag in Minneapolis.
Peavey Plaza was designed by M. Paul Friedberg and sits adjacent to the Nicollet Mall, a main drag in Minneapolis.
Orpilla and Alexander’s first furniture purchase, a Christopher Deam credenza, now inspires a much larger collection of furniture.
Orpilla and Alexander’s first furniture purchase, a Christopher Deam credenza, now inspires a much larger collection of furniture.
Le Corbusier and the Power of Photography, published by Thames & Hudson.
Le Corbusier and the Power of Photography, published by Thames & Hudson.
You might not think a sparsely populated world with the merest suggestion of depth would be a compelling one to live in. But the longer you look through Toronto-based My Shadowplay, the closer you'll become to a convert to Minimalism. Follow along at @my_shadowplay.
You might not think a sparsely populated world with the merest suggestion of depth would be a compelling one to live in. But the longer you look through Toronto-based My Shadowplay, the closer you'll become to a convert to Minimalism. Follow along at @my_shadowplay.
The back of Meredith Jenks' latest promo card from Brooklyn.
The back of Meredith Jenks' latest promo card from Brooklyn.
One of the four photography promos sent to us by Toby Burditt
One of the four photography promos sent to us by Toby Burditt
Artist's Studio House, Whidbey Island, Washington. Brett Webber, architect, Judy Geist, home owner.

© Benjamin Benschneider All rights Reserved. Usage rights may be arranged by contacting WaMu and or Benjamin Benschneider Photography.

Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone 206-789-5973
Artist's Studio House, Whidbey Island, Washington. Brett Webber, architect, Judy Geist, home owner. © Benjamin Benschneider All rights Reserved. Usage rights may be arranged by contacting WaMu and or Benjamin Benschneider Photography. Email: bbenschneider@comcast.net or phone 206-789-5973
One of the four photography promos sent to us by Toby Burditt
One of the four photography promos sent to us by Toby Burditt
Casey Dunn posted an exterior outtake from the story he shot for Dwell's February issue on an Alterstudio project in Austin, Texas.
Casey Dunn posted an exterior outtake from the story he shot for Dwell's February issue on an Alterstudio project in Austin, Texas.
Balthazar Korab, quoted in a new book by John Comazzi, found that Eero Saarinen and Associates’ Deere and Company Headquarters from 1966 “was the most challenging of Saarinen’s buildings to photograph because the darkness and texture of the Cor-Ten steel creates difficult light and shadow conditions. For me it was a project of discovery—I had to discover the architecture over time.”
Balthazar Korab, quoted in a new book by John Comazzi, found that Eero Saarinen and Associates’ Deere and Company Headquarters from 1966 “was the most challenging of Saarinen’s buildings to photograph because the darkness and texture of the Cor-Ten steel creates difficult light and shadow conditions. For me it was a project of discovery—I had to discover the architecture over time.”
Christopher Roy’s layered, made-to-order “Why Not Bespoke” line combines a European dose of industrial design whimsy—he is British, after all—with traditional forms like the Windsor chair. Invoking a modern-Americana flair, see more here.
Christopher Roy’s layered, made-to-order “Why Not Bespoke” line combines a European dose of industrial design whimsy—he is British, after all—with traditional forms like the Windsor chair. Invoking a modern-Americana flair, see more here.
Primarily working in large-format imagery, photographer Christopher Churchill shot this Boston row house renovation. “One of my favorite parts of being in anyone’s home is to see the kind of space they create,” he says. “In this case, the residents had limited square footage but turned the space into something quite beautiful.”  

Ideal outdoor getaway: “When I go somewhere, I want to feel that I have traveled and that the world is still a big place. I visited Svalbard, Norway and it is one of the most surreal places on earth.”
Primarily working in large-format imagery, photographer Christopher Churchill shot this Boston row house renovation. “One of my favorite parts of being in anyone’s home is to see the kind of space they create,” he says. “In this case, the residents had limited square footage but turned the space into something quite beautiful.” Ideal outdoor getaway: “When I go somewhere, I want to feel that I have traveled and that the world is still a big place. I visited Svalbard, Norway and it is one of the most surreal places on earth.”
A(typical) Windsor Form by Christopher Kurtz. Steam bent ash, white oak, pine, milk paint. 2004. Courtesy of Tomlinson Kong Contemporary, New York; Photo by Christopher Kurtz.
A(typical) Windsor Form by Christopher Kurtz. Steam bent ash, white oak, pine, milk paint. 2004. Courtesy of Tomlinson Kong Contemporary, New York; Photo by Christopher Kurtz.
Archicritic and current Harvard Graduate School of Design Loeb Fellow Alexandra Lange snaps great architectural details, the intersection between modern design and everything else, as well as the ivy of the Ivy League. Follow her at @langealexandra.
Archicritic and current Harvard Graduate School of Design Loeb Fellow Alexandra Lange snaps great architectural details, the intersection between modern design and everything else, as well as the ivy of the Ivy League. Follow her at @langealexandra.
One of the four photography promos sent to us by Toby Burditt
One of the four photography promos sent to us by Toby Burditt
He travels constantly for work, and his Instagram is a chronicle of behind-the-scenes takes.

Follow photographer Brian W. Ferry on Instagram at @brianwferry.
He travels constantly for work, and his Instagram is a chronicle of behind-the-scenes takes. Follow photographer Brian W. Ferry on Instagram at @brianwferry.
Daniel Shea, who's shot a kitchen renovation in Connecticut and a renovated historic house in Charleston for Dwell, got this shot of an interesting architectural landmark in Dallas.

Follow photographer Daniel P. Shea on Instagram at @danielpshea.
Daniel Shea, who's shot a kitchen renovation in Connecticut and a renovated historic house in Charleston for Dwell, got this shot of an interesting architectural landmark in Dallas. Follow photographer Daniel P. Shea on Instagram at @danielpshea.
Liebman has photographed a kitchen insertion in Brooklyn for Dwell, as well as a home feature on architect Nick Dine's apartment.

Follow photographer Jeremy Liebman on Instagram at @jeremy_liebman.
Liebman has photographed a kitchen insertion in Brooklyn for Dwell, as well as a home feature on architect Nick Dine's apartment. Follow photographer Jeremy Liebman on Instagram at @jeremy_liebman.
Nakagin Capsule Tower, 1972, by Kisho Kurakawa, shot by Jeremy Liebman in Tokyo.
Nakagin Capsule Tower, 1972, by Kisho Kurakawa, shot by Jeremy Liebman in Tokyo.
Harder, who photographed this story from Dwell's September issue on a 440-square-foot guesthouse, took this photo in Hong Kong.

Follow Grant Harder on Instagram at @grantharder.
Harder, who photographed this story from Dwell's September issue on a 440-square-foot guesthouse, took this photo in Hong Kong. Follow Grant Harder on Instagram at @grantharder.
Photographer Grant Harder snapped this shot from the Blackcomb ski resort at Whistler.
Photographer Grant Harder snapped this shot from the Blackcomb ski resort at Whistler.
Photographer Brian W. Ferry shot not one, but two, stories for Dwell's February 2015 issue, including this piece about a modernist shed-turned-cozy guesthouse.
Photographer Brian W. Ferry shot not one, but two, stories for Dwell's February 2015 issue, including this piece about a modernist shed-turned-cozy guesthouse.
Mirror Installation at @hatchworkshop and blues skies for #eastaustinstudiotour

Follow Casey Dunn on Instagram at @spacecaseps.
Mirror Installation at @hatchworkshop and blues skies for #eastaustinstudiotour Follow Casey Dunn on Instagram at @spacecaseps.
Having a compelling Instagram is certainly helped by a career in architectural photography! Case in point is Fran Parente, a New York-based photographer who travels the world to chronicle major architecture. His Instagram is full of moments showing urbanism at work. Follow him at @franparente.
Having a compelling Instagram is certainly helped by a career in architectural photography! Case in point is Fran Parente, a New York-based photographer who travels the world to chronicle major architecture. His Instagram is full of moments showing urbanism at work. Follow him at @franparente.
The Color Purple photographed in an abandoned asylum in the United Kingdom by RomanyWG.
The Color Purple photographed in an abandoned asylum in the United Kingdom by RomanyWG.
Parota wood continues in the spacious kitchen. Marisa and Christopher found the blue tile that runs throughout the home on a trip to León, Mexico. "It called out to us," says Christopher. Festooned with small stars, its tone matches the color of the ocean perfectly.
Parota wood continues in the spacious kitchen. Marisa and Christopher found the blue tile that runs throughout the home on a trip to León, Mexico. "It called out to us," says Christopher. Festooned with small stars, its tone matches the color of the ocean perfectly.

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