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Competition in housefronts

 

A single window, just been put - © Norbert Pousseur

A veil half-opened as a promise on a comfortable inside,
through this window put on a structure empty of raw cement.
Paris - 2009 - Num 10 Mpx - 400db_1113- Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 

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Competition photos around housefronts under construction or not

I recently participated in a competition(help) photo concerning details of architecture, organized by a home builder. On this page the photos which I proposed in the jury.

Regrettably for me, (and well for others) I was not chosen. It is the law of all the photographic competitions, where your sensibility corresponds or not to the fact that aims the jury which consists of personalities which always has rather precise opinions in term of photography (fortunately in a certain sense).

The last two photos of this page were not presented to this competition, although it are among my preferred for this theme.
Indeed the enlargements of the winners of this competition would have been a part of a public gallery. But these last two photos each are rather characteristic of the talent of an architect, who of this fact detains quite the rights of presentations of his its realizations, according to the French legislation. Each architect in this case would be entitled to sue the photographer who expose without his consent, in a gallery, large format photos of his buildings.

To present them here pulls a little less problem, because this website has no pecuniary purpose, in any form whatsoever (but theoretically I should ask for the authorization of every architect, but who are me totally unknown ...).



Photography's mini series of 2015

General presentation The same in spanish : Concurso en fachadas The same in french : Concours en façades

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Balconies in the jars of geranium - © Norbert Pousseur

Attractive housefront, full of flowers and greenery,
but which makes an impression of monotonous repetition.

Paris - 2008 - Num 10 Mpx - 400da_7313 - Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 


 

Play of reflections on glazed facade - © Norbert Pousseur

Glass housefront in the multiple reflections, in completion of construction
Paris - 2010 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2b_1931 - Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 


 

Neo-classic structure of windows - © Norbert Pousseur

Structure of future villa of neo-classic style
Paris and the surrounding area - 2004 - Num 6 Mpx - 10db_2214 - Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 


 

Wall in stony pavement - © Norbert Pousseur

Roughness of stones in facing, surrounding transparent one glazed opening.
Paris - 2010 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2_8593 - Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 


 

Crane and windows in reflections - © Norbert Pousseur

Housefront, in reflections of housefront under construction, with its crane of color.
Paris - 2012 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2d_0454 - Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 


 

Buildings bent in the sky - © Norbert Pousseur

Two buildings which mix in a curve smoothly.
Paris - 2008 - Num 10 Mpx - 400da_9162 - Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 


 

Small strips of green glass - © Norbert Pousseur

Glass small strips elegantly suspended by metallic crosspieces.
Brugg - Suisse - 2004 - Num 6 Mpx - 10db_7278 - Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 


 

Facade in flag - © Norbert Pousseur

Housefront of windows, as a flag quite smoothly of blue(bruise) and grey
Paris - 2010 - Num 21 Mpx - 5d2_8513 - Photograph Norbert Pousseur

 

General presentation The same in spanish : Concurso en fachadas The same in french : Concours en façades

 

 

 

 

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