Joe Fletcher

BROWSE ALL FROM THIS PHOTOGRAPHER HERE

Analog House / Olson Kundig + Faulkner Architects

Analog House / Olson Kundig + Faulkner Architects - Exterior Photography, Detail, Facade, ForestAnalog House / Olson Kundig + Faulkner Architects - Exterior Photography, Detail, Facade, ForestAnalog House / Olson Kundig + Faulkner Architects - Interior Photography, Detail, Deck, Facade, Beam, ChairAnalog House / Olson Kundig + Faulkner Architects - Interior Photography, Detail, Beam, Facade, Table, Lighting, Chair+ 20

Suspension House / Fougeron Architecture

Suspension House / Fougeron Architecture - Exterior Photography, Extension, Garden, Facade, Handrail, ForestSuspension House / Fougeron Architecture - Exterior Photography, Extension, Garden, Facade, HandrailSuspension House / Fougeron Architecture - Exterior Photography, Extension, Garden, Door, Facade, Handrail, ForestSuspension House / Fougeron Architecture - Interior Photography, Extension, Garden, Door, Facade, Chair+ 43

Interior Design: Houses in Mexico That Include Bathtubs

Over the years, interior design has evolved according to the needs that arise, but above all according to the experiences it seeks to evoke in the user. In the last two years we have witnessed a radical change and a special interest in this subject because the pandemic forced us to pay specific attention to the configuration of the places we inhabit. This brought about much more holistic designs that seek to address the wellbeing of the user, combining colours, sensory experiences, technology and natural elements that promote health.

Mount Veeder Outpost / Atelier Jorgensen

Mount Veeder Outpost / Atelier Jorgensen - Exterior Photography, Houses, Handrail, ForestMount Veeder Outpost / Atelier Jorgensen - Exterior Photography, Houses, ForestMount Veeder Outpost / Atelier Jorgensen - Interior Photography, Houses, Facade, Table, ChairMount Veeder Outpost / Atelier Jorgensen - Interior Photography, Houses, Chair, Table+ 20

The Second Studio Podcast: Interview with Joe Fletcher

The Second Studio (formerly The Midnight Charette) is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, it features different creative professionals in unscripted conversations that allow for thoughtful takes and personal discussions.

A variety of subjects are covered with honesty and humor: some episodes are interviews, while others are tips for fellow designers, reviews of buildings and other projects, or casual explorations of everyday life and design. The Second Studio is also available on iTunes, Spotify, and YouTube.

This week David and Marina are joined by Joe Fletcher, Architectural Photographer to discuss his transition from painting to photography; his experience with a formalized education in photography; how an architectural photographer can influence architects and architecture; his process; the distillation of architecture through photography; why photogenic buildings are not always comfortable to be in; and more.

The Second Studio Podcast: Interview with Joe Fletcher  - Image 1 of 4The Second Studio Podcast: Interview with Joe Fletcher  - Image 2 of 4The Second Studio Podcast: Interview with Joe Fletcher  - Image 3 of 4The Second Studio Podcast: Interview with Joe Fletcher  - Image 4 of 4+ 18

212 Tucker House / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects

212 Tucker House / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects - Interior Photography, Houses, Door, Facade, Column, Handrail212 Tucker House / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects - Interior Photography, Houses, Door, Facade, Stairs, Beam, Table, Chair212 Tucker House / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects - Exterior Photography, Houses, Facade, Stairs212 Tucker House / Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects - Exterior Photography, Houses, Courtyard, Facade, Handrail, Chair+ 40

Healdsburg, United States

Forest House / Faulkner Architects

Forest House / Faulkner Architects - Exterior Photography, Houses, FacadeForest House / Faulkner Architects - Interior Photography, Houses, Deck, Facade, Beam, Column, Chair, BenchForest House / Faulkner Architects - Interior Photography, Houses, Deck, Beam, Facade, Table, ChairForest House / Faulkner Architects - Exterior Photography, Houses, Forest+ 24

Truckee, CA, United States, United States

Earth Day 2022: The World's Progress towards Achieving Sustainable Architecture

As the climate crisis continues to present itself as a significant threat to the future of the ecosystem and built environment, this year's IPCC report, titled Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability, found that while adaptation efforts are being observed across all sectors, the progress being implemented so far is greatly uneven, as there are gaps between the actions taken and what is needed. On this year's Earth Day, we explore the progress being made by governments and architects to achieve net-zero operations within the next decades.

Earth Day 2022: The World's Progress towards Achieving Sustainable Architecture  - Image 1 of 4Earth Day 2022: The World's Progress towards Achieving Sustainable Architecture  - Image 2 of 4Earth Day 2022: The World's Progress towards Achieving Sustainable Architecture  - Image 3 of 4Earth Day 2022: The World's Progress towards Achieving Sustainable Architecture  - Image 4 of 4+ 6

Miter House on Kansas Street / Levy Art + Architecture

Miter House on Kansas Street / Levy Art + Architecture - Exterior Photography, Decoration & Ornament, Facade, Balcony
© Joe Fletcher

Miter House on Kansas Street / Levy Art + Architecture - Interior Photography, Decoration & Ornament, Beam, Facade, Door, Arch, Table, ChairMiter House on Kansas Street / Levy Art + Architecture - Exterior Photography, Decoration & Ornament, FacadeMiter House on Kansas Street / Levy Art + Architecture - Interior Photography, Decoration & Ornament, Bedroom, Door, Chair, Countertop, BedMiter House on Kansas Street / Levy Art + Architecture - Interior Photography, Decoration & Ornament, Deck, Facade, Beam, Balcony, Arch, Table, Chair+ 20

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  3707 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Acme Brick, Hakwood, Blomberg, Coco Metals, Golden State Doors, +9

Art House / Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design

Art House / Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design - Featured Image
© Joe Fletcher

Art House / Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design - Exterior Photography, Sustainability, Courtyard, Door, FacadeArt House / Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design - Interior Photography, Sustainability, Facade, Door, Balcony, Table, Chair, BenchArt House / Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design - Interior Photography, Sustainability, Table, ChairArt House / Buttrick Projects Architecture+Design - Interior Photography, Sustainability, Facade, Door, Table, Chair+ 43

  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  3700 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Swisspearl, ASN Limestone, Arborica, Bill Brown Concrete, Eby Cabinets, +4

Light as a Design Statement: Creative Ways to Use Artificial Lighting

Light serves an essential purpose in architecture: to help us see. Whether it be through natural or artificial methods, rooms must be illuminated accordingly so occupants can safely inhabit them and fulfill their daily functions. When the right system is selected, light can also contribute to energy efficiency and sustainability within the building as a whole. However, apart from its evident functional and environmental value, lighting design can vastly impact the visual comfort and aesthetic tone of interiors by drawing attention to textures, enhancing colors and defining volumes. Therefore, of the many pieces involved in interior design, lighting is certainly one that can enhance or destroy a space and even affect users’ well-being, which is why it should be considered a crucial design element by itself.

High Desert Retreat / Aidlin Darling Design

High Desert Retreat / Aidlin Darling Design - Interior Photography, Houses, Door, Facade, Beam, LightingHigh Desert Retreat / Aidlin Darling Design - Exterior Photography, Houses, FacadeHigh Desert Retreat / Aidlin Darling Design - Exterior Photography, Houses, Deck, Beam, FacadeHigh Desert Retreat / Aidlin Darling Design - Exterior Photography, Houses, Facade+ 33

Palm Desert, United States
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  3700 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2019
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Dornbracht, Lutron, Agape, Benjamin Moore, Duravit, +26

Big Barn / Faulkner Architects

Big Barn / Faulkner Architects - Exterior Photography, Houses, Garden, FacadeBig Barn / Faulkner Architects - Exterior Photography, Houses, FacadeBig Barn / Faulkner Architects - Interior Photography, Houses, Beam, Facade, Table, Chair, BenchBig Barn / Faulkner Architects - Exterior Photography, Houses, Door, Facade+ 25

Glen Ellen, United States

Let There be Light! 12 Projects that Show the Impact Lighting can Make to an Interior Space

Light is a key feature in architecture. Centuries ago, the sun and fire were the only sources of illumination, but in today's technology-driven world, artificial lighting and cutting-edge optical technologies have found ways to mimic the qualities of natural light, making it possible to have a naturally-lit-looking space within four walls. LED technologies have even made it possible to embed lighting in furniture, interior surfaces, and facades, altering with their intensities and hues to make light a main feature in the architecture's storytelling.

If used effectively, lighting can become a lot more than just an illuminator; it becomes a mood setter, a symbol to a specific emotion the architect is trying to convey. For instance, indirect lighting becomes a floater, levitating the walls from the ground and making the space seem lighter in weight, whereas orange light manipulates the space's temperature, creating the illusion that the users are walking into an intense, overheated room. 

Let There be Light! 12 Projects that Show the Impact Lighting can Make to an Interior Space - Image 1 of 4Let There be Light! 12 Projects that Show the Impact Lighting can Make to an Interior Space - Image 2 of 4Let There be Light! 12 Projects that Show the Impact Lighting can Make to an Interior Space - Image 3 of 4Let There be Light! 12 Projects that Show the Impact Lighting can Make to an Interior Space - Image 4 of 4+ 19

Surf House / Feldman Architecture

Surf House / Feldman Architecture - Interior Photography, Houses, Beam, Table, ChairSurf House / Feldman Architecture - Exterior Photography, Houses, Facade, Chair, CoastSurf House / Feldman Architecture - Exterior Photography, Houses, Facade, DoorSurf House / Feldman Architecture - Interior Photography, Houses, Kitchen, Beam, Countertop, Table, Chair+ 20

Santa Cruz, United States

Designing Net-Zero: California's New Models for Integrated Housing

Few places have embraced sustainable design practices like California. Experiencing dramatic droughts, wildfires and environmental issues, the state has started to create new policies and initiatives to promote environmentally-conscious design solutions. From eco-districts and water management strategies to net-zero building projects, the Golden State is making strides to reshape its future. Forming long-term visions and procedures through the lens of physical resource consumption, California is working to better integrate its economic development plans with sustainable building methods.

Designing Net-Zero: California's New Models for Integrated Housing - Image 1 of 4Designing Net-Zero: California's New Models for Integrated Housing - Image 2 of 4Designing Net-Zero: California's New Models for Integrated Housing - Image 3 of 4Designing Net-Zero: California's New Models for Integrated Housing - Image 4 of 4+ 15

“Architecture is Like Writing a Song”: In conversation with Rick Joy

Vladimir Belogolovsky speaks with American architect Rick Joy about his early inclinations towards architecture, what kind of architecture he likes to visit, and about designing his buildings as instruments. 

“Architecture is Like Writing a Song”: In conversation with Rick Joy - Image 2 of 4“Architecture is Like Writing a Song”: In conversation with Rick Joy - Image 7 of 4“Architecture is Like Writing a Song”: In conversation with Rick Joy - Image 10 of 4“Architecture is Like Writing a Song”: In conversation with Rick Joy - Image 13 of 4+ 18