Urban Geometry - Brutalist Hotel

by Nick Miners

Edition of 5 - 59.4cm x 42.0cm

£180

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    Type | Limited Edition
    Medium | Photography
    Style | Geometric
    Subject | Urban
    Year | 2016
    Edition | of 5
    Size | 59.4cm x 42.0cm
    Ready to hang | No
    Signed | Yes, on the reverse
    Materials | Lustre finish photographic paper
  • Nat Rubinstein

    The Insider Nat Rubinstein says:

    "Nick has a wonderful eye for detail and an ability to create simple yet striking compositions. His aerial photographs of Icelandic landscapes have an other-worldly quality, while his shots of the architecture of Watford find beauty in the mundane and ‘ugly’."

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    • Nick started a project called ‘Icelanders in London’ dedicated to meeting and photographing Icelanders who left their home to come and live in London.
    • He issues an annual Iceland Calendar featuring pictures taken on his trips.
  • Urban Geometry - Brutalist Hotel

    The St Giles hotel in London's West End by Elsworth Sykes Partnership is a fine example of form following function. The stepped design where each hotel room is set back from its neighbour serves to maximise the daylight in each, and the result is a striking, bold building that many would dismiss as ugly.

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    Nick Miners

    Nick is a freelance photographer obsessed with Iceland. He travels there as often as he can in search of the elusive perfect photo, despite knowing that it probably doesn't exist. A side product of this search is an growing portfolio of landscape photographs from Iceland, some of which were taken from an altitude of 6,000 feet. He is also fascinated by architecture, especially the mixed emotions generated by the brutalist movement.

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