When most people think of “beautiful photos,” they think of weddings or babies or cover girls. I do, too, but I also think there’s beauty in man-made design and symmetry and architecture. Here are some shots from two recent commercial projects — see what you think!
The first set of images is of the brand-new Arlington Community Academy, a faith-based private elementary school on Fort Caroline Road in Jacksonville. Tom Norman of ENB architects explained that working with a not-for-profit entity required extra creativity to produce an eye-catching design while staying within a strict set of budget guidelines. I think their use of interesting shapes, patterns, and color produced results that, to me, say more “high-end” than “bargain basement.”
The last three images of a Kings Bay, Georgia, medical clinic were commissioned by Cushman & Wakefield, the commercial real estate brokers.
If you’re an architect, commercial builder, or developer, please check out more of my architectural photography by visiting this gallery on my website.
Arlington Community Academy
Kingsland Dialysis Clinic