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We are accustomed to seeing photographs in which architecture is recorded without any occupants, or perhaps captured only with models who give scale to the spaces shown. However, in recent years architectural photographers have increasingly decided to humanize the houses they document, presenting not only their architecture, but also those who inhabit these buildings. In this week's best photos, we present a selection of 15 houses captured by renowned photographers such as Luc Roymans, Adrien Williams and Fernando Schapochnik. Ikuya Sasaki Roof and Rectangular House / Jun Igarashi Architects Ricardo Oliveira Alves Between Two White Walls / Corpo Atelier Toby Scott Naranga Avenue House / James Russell Architect Myriam Héaulmé L'Architecture est dans le Pré / Claas architectes Adrien Williams View more View full description
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