“Architects live and die by the images that are taken of their work” and none did it better than photographer Julius Shulman.
It is true that great architecture speaks for itself, and that a master’s work will live long after him, but “immortality” is reached only when such works are perpetuated by the likes of Shulman. Although many fascinating buildings have since been demolished or re-purposed, their beauty and the lifestyle they represented are kept alive by such incredible photos.
Julius work is a “must know” to all those who love modern architecture, as well as this humble sample of his work we suggest the film/documentary visual acoustics by Eric Bricker.
Nuno Corrêa Monteiro