Photography in architectural periodicals : formulating a typology for the use of a single photographic image per building
The intention of this study is to analyze the interrelationship of photography and architecture, especially within the framework of architectural periodicals. A research is carried on how architectural experience is translated into a two dimensional visual form, and how it is perceived and understood. A thorough investigation of the leading architectural periodicals reveal the common editorial preferences, as well as the common problems. Finally, a typological series is formulated and proposed as a solution to the problems related to the use of a single photographic image per building mentioned in the text of the periodical.