Every student or even a trained architect wants to have his own office, but also, to work in big firms in the Architecture area. Many already have this experience and others not so much. Offices are places where creativity and good energy must flow for the professional to perform and present the best work possible to their clients.
However, the type of offices and the way of working vary in every location in the world. Architecture photographer Marc Goodwin has completed his marathon of photographing several Architecture offices in twenty-eight days. These offices are spread across four European capitals: Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen and Helsinki. Its purpose was precisely to understand what kinds of spaces existed in these offices in the Nordic countries. From stables to coal deposits, Marc has captured some of the most unusual work environments the profession can present.
“My coexistence with Architecture offices was quite limited before starting this project” – said the photographer.
Goodwin also said, “each of the offices are places where they bring together incredible professionals, who bring their brainstorms and many creative solutions that impact the world we live in. It was an incredible job. ”