Noupe Editorial Team March 13th, 2012

Beyond the Building Blocks: Collection of Architectural Photography

Our lives are passively impacted architecturally on a daily basis. To the point where we are virtually desensitized and often do not even take notice of these magnificent architectural structures. We drift in and out of these buildings, pass by them as we move to our destinations, and yet the buildings seem to be blocked from our view. We do not often take time to examine and appreciate their artistry of them.

Both inside and out, so many of the buildings around us possess an uncanny ability to inspire us if we let them in. When we begin to look beyond just the building blocks and metal frames that tend to bring these structures to life, we can see them in entirely new ways. Luckily there are many talented photographers who are more than adept at not only viewing architectural structures this way but in capturing them so that we, the viewers, can see this in them as well.

Below is a collection of all manners of architectural photography that is sure to inspire anyone who comes across it. Perhaps you will even leave with a deeper appreciation of the buildings in your daily life.

Beyond the Building Blocks

Souls jail

The St. George Cathedral

Old Warehouse District

Traditional

New York City

Building

Light

Rome

Dresden

Venice


Ljubljana

Water reflection

City

Prague

Historic

City of London

Grand Central Station

Paris

Pantheon

Old town

Sunset

Atlantis hotel

San Francisco

Budapest

Belgium

Mercedes Benz Museum

Museum

Romantic

Impression

Glass City

Hamburg

Hogwarts

Red Church

aristocracy

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8 comments

  1. Wow really nice pictures. I have been at Rivington Pike Tower and I must say, that it looks even better on the photo than in real life :)

  2. We appreciate the comments, everyone. Always good to know that the posts are inspiring folks. ;)

    Noupe Editorial Team

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