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I appreciate that you link to the architect's as well as the photographer's web page. These shots were so surprising that i had to investigate further.It's quite a deceptive building, really. It seems so tall in these shots, but in a few others it barely creeps into view from the street behind a row of businesses.I'm just building a new architecture blog over at http://fstoparch.blogspot.com, but i thought i'd comment to say i've put archidose in my short list of links.cheers!
It was a pleasant surprise to see my images posted here. Thanks very much John, am glad I was able to capture something interesting.Templar - you are correct, the building is not a skyscraper by any means. It's about 6 or 7 stories high and when viewed behind a foreground of buildings which are themselves about 2 or 3 stories, it doesn't seem like it can be all that big. When I was there walking around, however, it felt much much bigger. The layout of the building is made up of several towers of "boxes" connected together on a reasonably sized footprint. It all adds to make it feel quite substantial which is what I wanted to portray in my images.If you want to read the commentary attached to these images, you can read it here at it's posting on my site.Thanks for looking,Phillip---------------Read more at phw.co.nz
Phillip - I tried to look at your post before adding to the photos here, but I got a "server under maintenance" message. Same thing today...
John - thanks for the heads up. That's a bit annoying, hopefully the problem will be fixed and the server back up again soon.
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