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  • Workshop: Architecture Walk to the Barbican Centre ended almost 2 years ago

    Workshop: Architecture Walk to the Barbican Centre
    Join Lomography Gallery Store Soho for a Sunday stroll through the Barbican Centre. Together we'll capture its Brutalist architecture on film with our very own Russian beauty, the Lomo LC-A+!
  • The Smith Tower: The Cage at the Top of Seattle

    The Smith Tower: The Cage at the Top of Seattle
    The Smith Tower in Seattle hasn't been able to claim the title of "tallest skyscraper on the west coast" for 50 years, but this 38-storey neoclassical office tower is still worth a visit. Since the first 34 floors are private offices, and the top three floors are for private residence, your visit will include the lobby, the elevator, and The Chinese Room on the 35th floor.
  • Multiple Exposures of a Multifaceted City

    Multiple Exposures of a Multifaceted City
    Skyscrapers may be one of Hong Kong's signature sights. With limited land, the only place to build is up. Ajay Malghan, a photographer whose just completed his Master of Fine Arts in Hong Kong, has a series of photographs that present the architecture found in this metropolis.
  • Lincoln's Inn: Barristers Paradise in London

    Lincoln's Inn: Barristers Paradise in London
    Have you ever heard of the song, 'Wonderful Life' by HURTS? Then probably you might remember these words: "Driving through the city to the Temple Station, cries into the leather seat". If you're looking for something unexpected in the middle of London, then you came to the right place!
  • Urban Adventures in Singapore: Where Nature Meets the City Part 2

    Urban Adventures in Singapore: Where Nature Meets the City Part 2
    In case you missed me last time, I am aiming to show the two sides to Singapore, the luscious green nature in Part 1 and the amazing architecture of the city, which I will explore here in Part 2! What are you waiting for? Dive into this wonderful city!
  • Little Bauhaus in Big Hong Kong

    Little Bauhaus in Big Hong Kong
    Little Bauhaus in Big Hong Kong! Yes, Bauhaus made it to this spot - albeit a hot-spot - in the South Pacific! There are only 2 existing buildings from the 1930s, from the original time of the Bauhaus, that are left in the city where skyscrapers engulf most old-buildings in their paths.
  • Featuring Keong Saik Road's Charming Nostalgic Architecture!

    Featuring Keong Saik Road's Charming Nostalgic Architecture!
    Once infamous for being Singapore's main hooker quarters, Keong Saik Road is now a sleepy place by day, stretching from Chinatown to Tanjong Pagar, this long road boasts of Chinese-style merchants, famous food places, Peranakan shophouses and a meander to the lesser known side streets with well-preserved heritage buildings that are carefully and wonderfully restored.
  • My Favorite Monument in Lisbon

    My Favorite Monument in Lisbon
    Someone asked me once which was my favorite monument in Lisbon. It is probably the city's aqueduct. I like that it distributes an essential element for life and its beautiful construction makes me burn film after film.
  • Just Another LomoArch: Srmarcus

    Just Another LomoArch: Srmarcus
    He is a lomographer full of sensibility and exquisite perception, a lomoarch with a good eye for authentic compositions and mad doubles. He appraises what surrounds him, he sure knows what he’s talking about and what he’s doing. Here you go, the next super creative LomoArch: srmarcus!
  • The Wapping Project

    The Wapping Project
    One of the best galleries in London, for real. My love affair with this gallery started through a lucky accident. I was flat hunting at that time when I saw a poster of a Guy Bourdin exhibition on the wall of some old building, which appeared to be a former Hydraulic Power Station, now the home of The Wapping Project Gallery.
  • Chinatown: A Touch of European

    Chinatown: A Touch of European
    The Chinatown area of Oahu, Hawaii, is so multicultural, so multifaceted, that I could write a whole book about it! The most striking factor of our Chinatown is its European-inspired architecture. Confused? Read on to find out more.
  • Castel Béranger or Castel Dérangé?

    Castel Béranger or Castel Dérangé?
    One of the most famous and “nicest” buildings designed by Hector Guimard is the Castel Béranger at 14 rue La Fontaine. It’s a beautiful example of Art Nouveau style. One of my favorite things while living in the 16th arrondissement of Paris was to take architectural visits of the quartier, as I discovered that Hector Guimard, an architect famous for his Art Nouveau creations, including one of the different metro entrances in Paris, designed many buildings in the area.
  • Workshop Highlights: Black and White Architecture in the Sun

    Workshop Highlights: Black and White Architecture in the Sun
    Let's take away the colors and walk along the historic path of some of Singapore's oldest and tallest buildings in the Central Business District. Here's what happened during our 'Black & White Architecture in the Sun' La Sardina workshop at the Lomography Gallery Store Singapore, and out!
  • Swimming in Palm Springs Through a Fisheye No. 2 Lens

    Swimming in Palm Springs Through a Fisheye No. 2 Lens
    Architecture and design buffs flock to Palm Springs for its modernist marvels and clean lines. Certain sunshine means plenty of ideal lighting, and any picture looks great.
  • Auckland Domain: Something for Everyone

    Auckland Domain: Something for Everyone
    Whether you're taking your kids to the museum, having a romantic picnic at the Wintergarden courtyard, playing sports at the fields, or simply taking a break from the busy city life, Auckland Domain has much to offer! Keep reading for the details!
  • Just Another LomoArch: Borbapereira

    Just Another LomoArch: Borbapereira
    He is a lomographer lost between films and developments, a lomoarch whose lomopath is delimited by b&w nostalgic albums. He lives in an inspiring city surrounded by the ideal environment to stimulate creativity and he captures this essence in each frame. Here comes our next beloved LomoArch: borbapereira!
  • Marvellous Melbourne in Black and White

    Marvellous Melbourne in Black and White
    Melbourne, my home city, is a mesmerising collection of landmarks and cityscapes. Thanks to the gold rush of the 1880s, much of inner Melbourne's architecture has a distinct Victorian character. Let me give you a snapshot of Melbourne's character through the wonderful Ilford chromogenic B&W.
  • Brooklyn Bridge in Black and White

    Brooklyn Bridge in Black and White
    If you are ever lucky enough to visit New York, make sure you walk the Brooklyn Bridge and take some black-and-white film with you. The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. Completed in 1883, it connects the New York City boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River. With a main span of 1,595.5 feet (486.3 m), it was the longest suspension bridge in the world from its opening until 1903, and the first steel-wire suspension bridge.
  • Central Tejo: Electricity Museum

    Central Tejo: Electricity Museum
    Central Tejo is not only a beautiful building by the river, but also a fun museum to visit in Lisbon. It used to be a thermoelectric plant built between 1908 and 1951 and is located near the river Tejo, in Lisbon's touristic neighborhood, Belém. This emblematic brick building, with its high iron windows reaching to the sky is undeniably beautiful.
  • Just Another LomoArch: Rotte

    Just Another LomoArch: Rotte
    He is a lomographer finishing architecture studies and the passion, typical from this stage, is obvious in his work. He lives in an amazing country with the craziest architecture. I’m thrilled of bringing you our next LomoArch: rotte!