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Sightlines: Selected work from the Architectural Photography Network


The Farnsworth House, Mies van der Rohe.

Image courtesy Yorgos Efthymiadis,

The city is always changing, especially when it is viewed through a photographer’s lens. By animating a building’s form, the members of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA)’s Architectural Photography Network are in a special position to point out the exquisite and the unexpected in the buildings that make up our city. Whether it’s by capturing a unique angle, an abstract reflection, or the ebbing evening light, the artists behind this collection of images emphasize the art in architecture.

The Architectural Photography Network works to strengthen the collaborative bond between architects, photographers, marketing professionals, and the general public, through meetings that include creative, technical, marketing-driven, and project-related discussions.

Photographers include Benjamin Kou, Preston Keller, Amanda Macchia, Carol Liscovitz, Jamie Caplette, Carlos Guzman, Russ Bolt, Joel Nico Rios, Christoph Gervais Emily O’Brien, Andrew Barr, Yorgos Efthymiadis, and Lorie White.