Documenting and enhancing

architectural and interior photography

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France, Ronchamp, Chapel of Notre-Dame Du Haut, south-east exterior side
France, Ronchamp, Chapel of Notre-Dame Du Haut, internal view
France, Ronchamp, Chapel of Notre-Dame Du Haut, external detail
France, Vezelay, detail of the portal in the narthex
Brescia (IT), Santa Giulia Museum (“City Museum”), Santa Maria in Solario
Sellero (IT), centro 3T, Ex fornaci da Calce

Architectural constructions do not just contain and guard the countless works of art in our country. Often, architectures themselves are works of art. Knowing how to observe them - to “walk them”, said Le Corbusier - is a skill that BAMS has perfected over time.

The studio's photographs, in fact, understand the role and play of light. They render the voids and solids that architecture projects into space. They respect the correctness of lines and shapes and, therefore, the two-dimensionality of the image.

The careful search for light that draws the architectures. The use of special telescopic pneumatic poles up to 17 metres high. The constant updating of shooting techniques and new equipment. These are just some of the reasons why BAMS has been called upon to work on world-famous sites such as:

• Notre-Dame Du Haut Chapel, Ronchamp (FR)
• Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence (IT)
• Chapel of the Rosary by Matisse, Vence (FR)
• Musei Civici, Verona (IT)
• Basilica di San Zeno, Verona (IT)

Architectural photography services

  • New buildings

  • Documentation of historic buildings

  • Rehabilitation of buildings

  • Interiors

Milan (IT), via Bernina, interior
Milan (IT), via Bernina
Venice (IT), Santa Maria della Salute, interior
Villanuova Sul Clisi (IT), Ex Grignasco
Milan (IT), via Bernina, facade detail
France, Vence, Rosario Chapel, interior
Milan (IT), Vetra Builing, interior
Milan (IT), Via Bernina
Brescia (IT), Ex Papa Barracks, Hangar interior
Verona (IT), San Zeno Abbey, central nave