Andrew Latreille

PPOC Image Competition

The below photograph was recently accepted and exhibited in the Professional Photographers of Canada BC Salon at the Roundhouse Vancouver alongside photographs from 20 other categories. To download a press release about the salon click here Created at the newly finished Ronald McDonald House adjacent to the BC Women’s and Children’s Hospital, it was designed by Michael Green Architecture […]

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2014 Spider Awards

2014 Photography Awards

The 2014 Spider Awards were announced last weekend. Entered in the Professional stream of the Nature and Architecture categories, three of my photographs were nominated to the final round in this highly competitive genre of photography. Time ‘Out(side)’ was also recently awarded an Honorable Mention in the 2014 Px3 awards last month. See here for […]

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Px3 Award 2014

Time Out-Side.         I’m honored to be placed on the list of awarded photographers at the International Px3 Competition of 2014. When this particular photograph was made, I had been working within this correctional center for 5 hours; fluorescent lights, sterile surfaces, and dry processed air. I then stepped into this space; […]

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2014 Work to date – 8×8

Work to date during 2014. Seasons are changing, let’s plan ahead. If you would like to download a copy of this book, please send me an email Venice Bienalle Photographs can be seen here

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German Inside, German Outside

Courtyard or Living room. The German exhibit….I loved it.  What is inside, what is outside? Highly detailed and beautifully constructed, this exhibit kept toying with you.  There were ideas of a building within a building.  It was after all the reconstruction of the Chancellor’s Bungalow in Bonn. To see more Venice Bienalle Photographs go here

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Riding with Eddy

What better way to have a day out. Riding in the Italian countryside with Mr Merckz To see more Venice Bienalle Photographs go here

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French Failings…

A wonderfully contemplative exhibit, the French Pavilion reviewed movement of modern architecture and its ‘Real’ impact on the people of the time…did they find it disappointing? Angular spaces that intersected and allowed circulation that was uninhibited and allowed you to return easily to review an area that now posed new questions. The story was told through […]

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Rem’s Fundamental Thinking

Rem Koolhaas…..how does a building go together? ‘Well, it has numerous parts to it’….and these parts have changed over time. Bringing the methods of design and construction down to its simplest forms in terms that people with no Architectural or building knowledge can understand. It is a massive exhibition, exhaustive and details, but simple. My […]

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We Are Hard at Work…

Construction of a House

I’ve been working closely with Measured Architecture to Record and Represent the process of construction of a new house. The construction of a dwelling involves many people…from the initial vision of the Architect to the details brought to the table during collaboration with various sub-consultants and then sub-trades. Design doesn’t stop with the drawings being […]

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Libeskind at the drawing board

Scales of back-lit glass curving their way down a corridor…sketches imprinted in them. Wild and fluid, not like the rigorously axial projects of Daniel Libeskinds I have visited in the past. The architect notes that he is exploring the changing of the way we design…..the drawing board, paraline, set square are gone and we are […]

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