September 2013


Dutch photographer IWAN BAAN is celebrated for his images of architecture around the globe. Seemingly the first to snap every starchitect’s newest icon, he has also captured startling views of the built environment in the midst of upheaval (a famous helicopter shot of New York’s blackout in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, for example) and produced long-term studies

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