In the second part of VDF's collaboration with Zoomed In festival, photographer Iñigo Bujedo Aguirre explains his journey from photojournalism to architectural photography. The lecture will be live-streamed at 2pm UK time.
Bujedo Aguirre is an architecture and documentary photographer and a visiting tutor on architecture, interior design and documentary photography at Elisava, IDEP, Esdesign and LCI in Barcelona.
In this live lecture, entitled The Human Landscape in Architecture, Bujedo Aguirre discusses his practice and how he became an architectural photographer.
He recently documented buildings including London estate Robin Hood Gardens, the residential towers in Paris' Olympiades and Italie 13, and Berlin's Bauhaus-designed Hansaviertel, for his project Castles in the air, which was shown at the London Festival of Architecture.
The Barcelona-based photographer has also photographed São Paulo's Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) for his collection of buildings designed by Lina Bo Bardi.
About Zoomed In
Zoomed In is a new virtual design festival celebrating architecture and photography, founded by Luke O'Donovan. Running live from 21 April - 24 April, the festival brings together an international selection of architectural photographers and cross-disciplinary creatives in a series of online talks and discussions, short film screenings, image galleries and a charity print sale in aid of the Trussell Trust.
The programme will be curated by VIEW Pictures, Mass. Collective, Laura Mark and Francisco Ibañez with Luke O'Donovan.
About Virtual Design Festival
Virtual Design Festival, the world's first digital design festival, runs from 15 April to 30 June 2020. It is a platform that will bring the architecture and design world together to celebrate the culture and commerce of our industry, and explore how it can adapt and respond to extraordinary circumstances.
VDF will host a rolling programme of online talks, lectures, movies, product launches and more, complementing and supporting fairs and festivals around the world that have had to be postponed or cancelled and it will provide a platform for design businesses, so they can, in turn, support their supply chains.