Roland Halbe Photography

Roland Halbe

Roland Halbe studied photography at IED in Cagliari, and he has been a freelance architectural photographer since 1988. He was the cofounder of Artur Images library in 1995. His work has been shown internationally in group exhibitions at prominent galleries in Germany and Spain. He was the commissioned photographer for the exhibition On-Site: New Architecture in Spain held at MOMA in NYC in 2006. His photographs have been published in major architecture magazines such as Casabella, Architectural Record, Architectural Review, MARK, TASCHEN Books and others. His client list includes Morphosis Architects, Zaha Hadid, Richard Meier, Jean Nouvel, Odile Decq, Santiago Calatrava, Coop Himmelblau, and other world-renowned architecture firms. Halbe lives in Stuttgart, Germany, with qualified back office studio management Amrei Heyne, Ingrid Forster and Steffi Steimle. Digital photography with large format cameras.

LOCATION: Stuttgart, Germany

Artist Residency: Silent Piece of Art with Monolithic Architecture

Project: Artist Residency Architects: Studio Odile Decq Location: Seyssins, France Area: 185.0 sqm Photographs: Roland Halbe Artist Residency is a project conceived by Parisian studio Odile Decq in Seyssins, France Description by Odile Decq Studio: The placement of the Artist Residency, on the lower side of the plateau of Tour Saint-Ange’s park, beyond the vegetable

House 36 is Shaped like a Mountain Crystal

Project: House 36 Architects: Matthias Bauer Associates Location: Stuttgart, Germany Photographs: Roland Halbe House 36 is a project conceived by Matthias Bauer Associates in Stuttgart, Germany. Description by Matthias Bauer Associates: Combining a stone cavern with a glass house, the building is shaped like a mountain crystal. The jointless walls and triangulated roof are made

Restoration and Renovation of a 1970’s Home in Mexico City

Built in 1970, Barrancas House has a new life through the restoration and renovation completed by Ezequiel Farca + Cristina Grappin. The house is located in Mexico City and has an area of 7750 sq ft. The architect’s description: Restoration and renovation of a 1970’s home in Mexico City. The original home was unattractive; however, Farca saw

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