Every year, the Arcaid Awards honours the best architectural photography of the year.
This year’s finalists capture the intricate geometry of buildings in interior shots, as well as towers that loom over landscapes in exterior photography.
The winning photographer, Matt Emmett, photographed the underground majesty of the East London Water Works reservoir in London. Here’s what it looks like, along with the other 19 finalists.
Emmett's photo of London's Covered Reservoir is the first time the prestigious award was given to a historic location.
The Musee de Confluences in Lyon, France, has a dappled, reflective surface that can be studied endlessly.
If it's framed right, brutalism can be striking. This photo of the SESC Pompeia in Sao Paolo is a great example.
For the Queen's birthday, one Derry Road resident decked out his place with British flags, as captured by this interior shot.
Sou Fujimoto's 'Forest of Light' installed at Salone del Mobile in Milan, Italy, responds to its visitors' movements.
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