Based in Sydney, Martin has a background in architecture and architectural visualisation. After more than 15 years of experience in those areas in Germany and Australia, he decided to turn his passion for photography into his profession. Working with client’s all over Australia, Martin delivers architectural photography and videography under the profile FRMEZ and continues to work on new ways of documenting the built environment, by benefiting from his expertise as an architect and visualisation artist.
Martin Siegner's Latest contributions
Memorializing the tectonics of tunnels, bridges and nineteenth-century suburban train stations, this red-brick, big-box building in inner-city suburban Sydney is a rich form of infrastructure architecture that represents an investment in workers and in the area’s rapidly changing urban fabric.
The architects behind a new Sydney apartment complex say the building could be the largest made from recycled brick in Australia.
A pair of 25-storey towers with a distinctive arched roofscape designed by Koichi Takada Architects has been completed in the Sydney CBD.
The Omnia tower in Sydney’s Potts Point, designed by Durbach Block Jaggers, has been completed.