Vertical buildings; Architectural photography by Lorenzo Linthout



Vertical buildings | Architectural photography | Lorenzo Linthout

Lorenzo Linthout was born in 1974 in Verona, the city where he lives.

He started photographing at the age of sixteen; at twentyfour years old he graduated at the Faculty of Architecture “Biagio Rossetti” of the University of Ferrara.
In the recent years he has exposed, both personal and collective, to nearly one hundred exhibitions in Italy, France, Switzerland, Poland, England, Luxembourg, Germany, Hungary, Montenegro, Slovenija, Croatia and Albania.

Since 2012 he collaborates with the American agency Art+Commerce based in New York. He published his first book “Architectural visions” in February 2017.

“Vertical Buildings” is a photographic project, created by the Italian architect Lorenzo Linthout, that concerns slender european architectures in the sky, decontextualized from the urban context, with clean lines.

The only protagonists of these images are the architecture and the sky. [Official Website]

Vertical buildings | Architectural photography | Lorenzo Linthout
Vertical buildings | Architectural photography | Lorenzo Linthout
Vertical buildings | Architectural photography | Lorenzo Linthout
Vertical buildings | Architectural photography | Lorenzo Linthout

Vertical buildings | Architectural photography | Lorenzo Linthout
Vertical buildings | Architectural photography | Lorenzo Linthout
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