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.
Designed for a busy family of six – including Bruno the dog – this house provides a dramatic frame for the view, extensive connection to the near and distant landscape, and a peaceful, family-friendly stage for city living.
The Roxbury House marries art and landscape in intimate and broad moments. The house is positioned uphill and on the edge of the 12-acre property to strategically take advantage of prevailing winds for natural ventilation and to minimize site disturbance
The Nebo house is conceived as a layered, volumetric foreground to distant mountain formations splayed across the landscape. Set within the foothills of the Appalachian range, the site is long and narrow with a dramatic slope down to a lake.
The ZN Prototype House was designed as a kit of parts that could easily be erected on any site. We developed this concept after receiving a lot of interest in our design for the LM Guest House (completed in 2012).
The Ledge House clients asked us to design a new home that would resonate with the history of the Connecticut Valley, include a material palette that is environmentally friendly, and works with the challenging site on a large rock ledge.
The LM Guest House integrates a number of sustainable design strategies, including geothermal heating and cooling, radiant floors, natural ventilation, motorized solar shades, photovoltaic panels, and rainwater harvesting for irrigation, in addition to an elegant structural design.
Desai Chia Architecture designed this loft for a photographer who was seeking a serene live-work environment. The 5,000 square foot industrial space was fully renovated to include a library/reception area, living and dining areas, a kitchen, a photo studio, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a powder room, and ample storage space.
Architects: David Jameson Architect
Project: Barcode House
Project Architect: Alex Stitt
Location: Washington, United States
Photographs: Paul Warchol Photography
Barcode House by David Jameson Architect explores juxtapositions between the...
Architects: Desai Chia Architecture
Project: Watermill House
Team: Katherine Chia, Arjun Desai
Location: Water Mill, New York, United States
Area: 4600.0 ft2
Photographs: Paul Warchol
Watermill House is a 3,000 SF...