This House by Hyde Architects was Designed with Photographers in Mind

By: Allen Taylor - Published: Mar 19, 2014 • References: hydearchitects & highsnobiety
Hyde Architects presents 'House for a Photographer,' a house ideal for taking photographs of the surrounding scenery.

The house is located on an isolated quarry on the edge of the Brecon National Park in Wales. The architects had a small budget to work with and constructing the house in a quarry was challenging as well. Despite the presented challenges, the architects designed a spectacular building suspended within the basin.

The position of the house is ideal for perfect lighting and for focusing on the distant scenic views. The house acts as a camera obscura and allows fantastic photographs to be taken from within.

The practical implications of this house are great for photography; even if we ignored the practicalities, the house's design is still wonderful. Stats for Photography-Centric Abodes Trending: Older & Warm
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