Richard Glover is an Australian photographer based in Sydney and London, where he documents projects for architects, designers and publishers. His exhibition work explores the minutiae of the built environment and is held in institution and private collections around the world. He goes beyond the brief to capture arresting images and strong narratives that respond to the wonders of architectural vision.
In its award-winning redevelopment of a much-loved Carrara golf course, Shiro Architects has crafted a “silent and self-assured” building that points to the Bauhaus and the heroes of modernist architecture.
In this house in Bundeena, south of Sydney, Bokor Architecture and Interiors has achieved a refined adaptation of Japanese aesthetics, fostering a cross-cultural conversation through architecture and landscape.