Rasmus Hjortshøj on arcspace.com

January 30, 2017

With the generous support of the Danish Architecture Center we have published 20 interviews of architectural and fine art photographers over the past 3 years. Our latest with Rasmus Hjortshøj is now online. Enjoy in good heath and share if you like...
"Rasmus Hjortshøj is a trained architect and photographer specialising in architectural and landscape photography. Based in Copenhagen, he has worked in architectural offices like 3XN, SLETH and COBE and eventually opened his own practice - COAST - combining architectural design, planning, research and the visual portrayal of the built environment. Recent photographic works include West 57 in New York, Grove in Miami, and Navy Yards in Philadelphia by Bjarke Ingels Group, Ragnarock museum, Nørreport Station Area, and Smørblomsten kindergarten by COBE Architects, TAMA library by Toyo Ito, New Museum and Kanazawa 21st Century museum by SANAA, among others. His Ph.D. research focuses on how cityscapes and coastlines influence each other and together redefine building typologies. His desaturated approach to iconography brings out a timeless feeling and presence to both man-made and natural subjects, while the detached perspective echoes the 'New Topographics' objectivity towards the man-altered landscape."

Full interview and feature here.

 

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