Philip Johnson wrote that “the beauty [of architecture] consists in how you move into the space.” Yet he also acknowledged the significant role of architectural photography, noting that no modern building was complete until it had been "Stollerized," or photographed by Ezra Stoller/Esto. Architectural photography addresses the challenge of conveying the experience and narrative of a space through a two dimensional medium.
How does photography interact with the experience of architecture? Can it articulate something more than the "photographic" nature of a structure?
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