I recently came across about the new NoMad hotel located in New York. The designer of the hotel, Jacques Garcia, is best known for his contemporary interiors for Paris’ hotels and restaurants including the well-known Hôtel Costes, as well and The Château du Champ-de-Bataille with its amazing gardens (If you are travelling to Paris, definitely make a quick trip to those places).
In addition to such stunning architecture, however, Benoit Linerot, the photographer in charge of photographing the NoMad hotel, has done a fantastic job in capturing the Parisian essence of its architecture. Architectural photography is far from simple, though I claim not to have a deep understanding on this specific genre as a portrait photographer, the lines in which Linerot composes in his photographs fabricates a successful photoshoot.
Simply pay attention to from the four corners of each photograph to its center and one will often time the perfect leading lines guiding the viewer’s eyes from one place to another logically. The beauty in these photographs is that out of chaotic environment of furnitures, curtains, and windows, it requires a skilled eye to create a logical flow through a designed photographical compositions.
To check out NoMad, here is their website.