Architectural Photography | Sebastian Weiss

Sebastian Weiss is a photographer, a civil engineer and a graphic designer from Hamburg, Germany.

After having a great success on Instagram, in September 2013 he became a photo columnist for Architectural Digest Germany, an incredible recognition for his career. Looking at his photographs, we understand the reason.

His photographs attract our attention and our wonder for their geometric abstraction and for their perfection, what do you think?


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Pavilion of Portugal
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Architect: Alvaro Siza
From the album Concrete

Saint Mary's Cathedral of the Assumption
Saint Mary’s Cathedral of the Assumption
Location: San Francisco, USA
Architect: Pietro Belluschi, Pier-Luigi Nervi
From the album Urban Shapes

Kópavogskirkja
Kópavogskirkja
Location: Kópavogur, Reykjavík, Iceland
Architect: Ragnar Emilsson and Hörður Bjarnason
From the album Symmetries

Meilahti Hospital Area, New Entrance Lobby
Meilahti Hospital Area, New Entrance Lobby
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Architect: Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Architects
From the album Between the shapes

Galilée Office Building
Galilée Office Building
Location: Toulouse, France
Architect: Studio Bellecour
From the album Flow

San Giovanni Battista church
San Giovanni Battista
Location: Florence, Italy
Architect: Giovanni Michelucci
From the album Elements

Antinori nel Chianti Classico
Antinori nel Chianti Classico
Location: San Casciano Val di Pesa, Italy
Architect: Archea Associati
From the album Autumn

Kamppi Chapel
Kamppi Chapel
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Architect: K2S Architects
From the album Surfaces 

Champalimaud Center for the Unknown
Champalimaud Center for the Unknown
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Architect: Charles Correa Associates
From the album City Lights

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