Cardinia Shire Offices

Posted on December 18, 2014 by Peter Hyatt | 0 Comments

Photographic assignments frequently require travel - in this instance to the outskirts of our hometown of Melbourne.  Architectural photography demands the distillation of form and function, ideally in the least number of images. This was our aim while covering Cardinia Shire's new council offices adjacent to the aptly named Officer railway station.

The magazine says most of our view about a thoughtfully conceived project rather than the more customary office park box most people love to hate.

The latest issue of Vision magazine - http://joom.ag/EPjb - illustrates why these new offices by DesignInc. are special. We demonstrate in pictures and words how daylight serves to dramatically lessen the artificiality of the typical office project. As the legendary architect Sir Norman Foster observed: 'Daylight is the great informer.' For a photographer, this observation holds equally. 

 

Posted in Cardinia Shire Offices, Sir Norman Foster, Vision magazine


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