Februar 2015


Road to Mandalay

Samstag, 14. Februar 2015

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Myanmar (former Burma) is one of the most rapidly changing countrys towards modernity in Asia in the world.
It is a coloured nation with more than 100 ethnic groups living here. Ken Schluchtmann travelled there together with the German author Martin Schacht who is specialised in this area of the world immortalizing, not only the landscape and the architecture but also its inhabitants.
On their last trip some weeks ago they travelled to the North, crossed the famous Gokteik viaduct by train and then went by boat for three days from Bhamom on the river Aeyarwaddy which is called “The road to Mandalay”, to the cultural capital of Myanmar.
A first glance of this journey is to be seen on “Travel episodes” by the German publisher Piper.

Click – here – to join the journey in english
Click – here – to join the journey in german

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Interview with Sto Group

Samstag, 14. Februar 2015

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Architectural photography is not only about showcasing architecture, it goes beyond the facades and tells about the atmosphere of the context, becoming the most important ingredient of a visual story. Daniel Straub from Sto AG interviewed Ken Schluchtmann for Fassadenblog, delving deep into the various aspects of Ken’s work. So we can learn more about the secrets of the photographer who has won twice the prestigious “Best Architectural Photographer” Arcaid Images Award. For instance that there is no bad weather to take a picture if you really want to portrait a building and why he prefers living in well-designed spaces…

Read the whole interview (german): Fassadenblog

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