About Paul Warchol
Paul Warchol has been photographing architecture across the globe since for almost 40 years. His commissioned photography has covered a broad range from the work of some of the most notable major modern architects to the Great Pyramids.
Warchol’s more well-known clients include Pei Cobb Freed and Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects, Steven Holl Architects, Gabellini Sheppard Associates, Peter Marino Architect, The Rockwell Group, and Aedas Hong Kong.
Noteworthy projects photographed include The Bank of China Hong Kong, Goldman Sachs Headquarters NYC, Ely and Edythe Broad Museum in East Lansing Michigan, Kiasma Museum in Helsinki, Princeton’s Lewis Center, Ted Theatre Installation in Vancouver Canada.
Warchol’s work received an AIA Honor Award in the field of Architectural Photography in 1996 and has been exhibited at the National Building Museum in Washington, DC, and Avery Hall, Columbia University, in New York. Warchol was invited to participate in the exhibit ”Beyond the Assignment” by the Julius Schulman Institute at the LACE Gallery in Los Angeles in 2013
Warchol lives with his wife, Ulla, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, an easy drive to NYC, Philadelphia, Washington DC and frequently Newark Airport.
LOCATION: Bucks County, Pennsylvania, United States
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