As we found out from the previous exhibit in Centerbrook’s Drill Bit Gallery, we have many talented watercolorists in the office. Our latest exhibit, open now, showcases another talent: photography. But more than just putting great photography on display, the exhibit offers a chance to see through the eyes of architects.
Architects see things differently. The AIA’s recent campaign, I Look Up is a great example of this. As a non-architect, I’m closing in on a decade of working with this subspecies, and at times I still don’t get the way they see the world.
Now you can see through the eyes, or the lenses of 27 Centerbrook architects (and a couple of us non-architects). Below are the photos on display, but please stop by to see the prints for yourself and the 150+ additional images shown on five video displays. They’re quite wonderful.
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