TRAPPN#62: Architectural photography by Julius Shulman

by jssckr

Photo of Gregory Ain’s Wilfong Residence, early 1950s

Photo of Bernard Judge’s Judge Residence, 1962, in the Hollywood Hills

Photo of Paolo Soleri & Mark Mills’ Woods Residence, 1950, Cave Creek, Arizona

Interior photo of Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann Residence, 1947, Palm Springs, California

Exterior photo of Richard Neutra’s Kaufmann Residence,1947, Palm Springs, California

Photo of Albert Frey’s Frey Residence II, 1965, Palm Springs, California

Photo of Charles Eames & Eero Saarinen’s Entenza Residence (editor of Art & Architecture), 1950, Los Angeles, California

Photo of Raphael Soriano’s Krause Residence, 1956

Photo of Frank Gehry’s Steeves Residence, 1960, Los Angeles, California

Photo of Pierre Koenig’s Stahl Residence, 1960, Los Angeles, California

Photo of Augustin Hernandez Navarro’s personal studio, Mexico City

Trailer for the documentary on Julius Shulman’s life Visual Acoustics, narrated by Dustin Hoffman

I never thought of the necessity for architecture to be documented, but apparently architectural photographers like Julius Shulman are just as methodical about their work as the architects themselves. I’m going to go to California soon, I think, just to see all of these insane buildings.