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  • richard@richardbryant.co.ukwww.richardbryant.co.uk.T. +44 (0)20 8546 4352F. +44(0)20 8541 5230M. +44 (0)7836 235 411
  • Hearst Tower, New York Project ref: 13418The Hearst Tower in New York designedby the architect Norman Foster growsout of the original building of 1928 byJoseph Urban. It is the first “green” highrise office building completed in NewYork City.Commissioned by Norman Foster for anew book entitled “Building with History”the project covered many other buildingsin Europe and the USA.Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Hearst Tower, New York Project ref: 13418Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Hearst Tower, New York Project ref: 13418Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Gucci Museum, Florence Project ref: 13560The Gucci Museum is situated in thePalazzo della Mercanzia, Florence, whichdates back to 1337.I was commissioned by Gucci to capturethe architectural qualities of the newmusum interiors for the opening whichwas timed to celebrate the 90thAnniversary of the fashion House ofGucci.Many challenges included shooting inan extremely busy exterior Piazze andinfinitely variable lighting conditions inthe minimally designed galleries.Richard Bryant/arcwaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Gucci Museum, Florence Project ref: 13560Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Gucci Museum, Florence Project ref: 13560Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • FirstSite, Colchester Project ref: 13530The spectacular Rafael Viñoly-designedbuilding, a swoop of glass and metalbeside and on top of the remains of thefirst Roman town in Britain.This latest addition to the civic fabric ofthe town is a new £25million arts centre:a large, curvilinear building entirely cladin bright gold copper-aluminium panels,designed by the Uruguayan architect,Rafael Viñoly.Its official name is firstsite, althoughViñoly himself has christened it“The Golden Banana”.The photography was commissioned forthe press launch of the new building.Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • FirstSite, Colchester Project ref: 13530Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • FirstSite, Colchester Project ref: 13530Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • MAXXI Museum, Rome Project ref: 12857The MAXXI National Museum of XXICentury Arts, the winning project ofZaha Hadid convinced the jury becauseof its possibilities to integrate with theurban texture and the innovative andhighly creative architectonical solution.Also creating a delightful challenge forany photographer these images werecommissioned by Zaha Hadid.Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • MAXXI Museum, Rome Project ref: 12857Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • MAXXI Museum, Rome Project ref: 12857Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • MAXXI Museum, Rome Project ref: 12857Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • MAXXI Museum, Rome Project ref: 12857Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome Project ref: 10574Parco della Musica was designed by Ital-ian architect Renzo Piano. It consistsof three large concert halls arrangedaround a central court.Each concert hall differs from the otherin terms of dimension and functions, butthey are all characterized by anextreme flexibility and versatility of thespace. The interiors are entirely made ofcherry-wood, which best resolved acous-tic problems.The photography was commissioned byDomus for an editorial feature.Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome Project ref: 10574Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Auditorium Parco della Musica, Rome Project ref: 10574Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles Project ref: 10675Designed by architect Frank Gehry, WaltDisney Concert Hall, new home of theLos Angeles Philharmonic, is designedto be one of the most acoustically so-phisticated concert halls in the world,providing both visual and aural intimacyfor an unparalleled musical experience.This is a dream project for anarchitectural photographer. Not onlyare the forms of the building extremelyphotogenic inviting wonderful abstractcompositions, but the weather can alsobe relied upon to give consistentlybeautiful light.‘Absolutely the best pictures taken ofthe Hall’ Frank Gehry.Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles Project ref: 10675Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles Project ref: 10675Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Smithsonian’s Kogod Courtyard Project ref: 13416 The courtyard with its elegant glass canopy designed by world-renowned architects Foster + Partners provides a distinctive, contemporary accent to the museums’ Greek Revival building. The enclosure of the building’s grand central courtyard was prompted by a desire to transform the public’s experience of the Smithsonian’s galleries and provide the Institution with one of the largest event spaces in Washington. The photography was commissioned by Norman Foster for a new book entitled “Building with History”.Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Smithsonian’s Kogod Courtyard Project ref: 13416Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Mathaf Museum, Qatar Project ref: 13286Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art inDoha, Qatar is located in a former schoolbuilding in Doha’s Education City, has acollection that offers a rare comprehen-sive overview of modern Arab art,representing the major trends andsites of production spanning the1840s through the present day.The photography was commissioned bythe Qatar Foundation for Education,Science and Community Developmentfor their opening press launch andwebsite requirements.Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Mathaf Museum, Qatar Project ref: 13286Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Mathaf Museum, Qatar Project ref: 13286Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Mathaf Museum, Qatar Project ref: 13286fRichard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Mathaf Museum, Qatar Project ref: 13286Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Boston Museum of Fine Art Project ref: 13415 The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the largest museums in the United States. Architecturally, the project echoes themes explored in the Reichstag and the Great Court at the British Museum, combining elements of old and new and strengthening links with the community by making the building more open and accessible. The photography was commissioned by Norman Foster for a new book entitled “Building with History”.Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Boston Museum of Fine Art Project ref: 13415Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • Boston Museum of Fine Art Project ref: 13415Richard Bryant/arcaidimages.com richard@richardbryant.co.uk 0208 546 4352
  • richard@richardbryant.co.ukwww.richardbryant.co.uk.T. +44 (0)20 8546 4352F. +44(0)20 8541 5230M. +44 (0)7836 235 411