Gicklhorn Lazzarotto Partners
Today's architectural photograph is an available light shot of a graduate work station in UC Berkeley I shot for Gicklhorn Lazzarotto Partners. I love the form flow and layered depth of the image.
This workspace is a wonderful example of the application of minimalism. The design of the space is so strong that adding styling elements other than the books on the shelf which are used to realize their function and the single plant to introduce a life element would have cluttered the space.
In my CEU presentation I remind people that what is not seen is every bit as important as that which is seen. Whenever I'm styling a space I keep the words of Mies van der Rohe in mind "Less is more" because I'm not photographing "stuff" I'm photographing design.