A Brisbane-based architectural photographer who accepts assignments from local, national and international clients. He is a regular contributor to design magazines and industry books, and is represented by two of Europe’s largest agencies supplying architectural imagery.
Scott Burrows realized fourteen years ago that instead of working on architectural projects he preferred to photograph them. Based in Brisbane, he now shoots nationally and internationally, and his work appears in publications on architecture and design.
In the leafy Brisbane suburb of Tarragindi, this house wraps around a generous central courtyard to strike a delicate balance between nurturing family life and responding to its natural setting.
Kirsty Volz, a PhD Candidate in architectural history at the University of Queensland, writes that the “Australian Dream” of private home ownership has fundamentally shifted, and that housing design needs to change with it.
The Gold Coast’s DNA is one of change. Here, Philip Follent chronicles the political and cultural forces that have shaped this “remarkable urban experiment,” citing projects that speak to its ongoing metamorphosis and inspiring built form.