︎The Architectural Image

What is the value of architectural imagery today? To what extent do architects contribute to the process of the creation of a set of architectural images? We discuss with architects about their relationship with architectural photography and what they expect from professional photographers documenting their projects.


Panel:

Alex de Rijke, architect, timber architecture advocate, educationalist and architectural photographer. He founded dRMM in 1995 with Philip Marsh and Sadie Morgan. De Rijke’s research into, and application of, contemporary materials and methods of construction have helped make dRMM a globally recognised pioneer and authority in engineered timber design.

Amos Goldreich, founder of the award-winning practice Amos Goldreich Architecture in 2010. After graduating from the Architectural Association in London in 1999 he worked for high profile London-based design practices, including David Chipperfield, Stanton Williams, Haworth Tompkins and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.

Jack Penford Baker, Project Architect at Hawkins Brown, recently completing the refurbishment and extension of Plumstead Library in Greenwich. With experience at the internationally renowned office MVRDV, he continues to develop and build his insight into Architecture and Urbanism through his teaching at the University of Manchester.

Celeste Bolte, communications and press specialist from Melbourne, Australia. Celeste has eight years of communications consulting experience in architecture and design, having worked at all scales of practice from single practitioners to global studios alike. Now based in London, Celeste is the Head of BowerBird UK, a platform that connects designers and journalists to see more great design projects published.