Gianluca Giordano is an architectural photographer graduated from the Aldo Galli IED Como Academy of Fine Arts in restoration and has collaborated in the conservation of cultural heritage in Italy. After teaching for some years he returned to his passion, photography. Here he combines his artistic background with a profound knowledge of materials and painting techniques in a new vision of architecture.
Since 2012 he collaborates with the Floornature architecture portal and his architectural reportages have also been published on ArchDaily, Metalocus, architectuul, Domus, UrbanNext. His report on the construction site of the MMM Corones Museum was the only authorized preview by the Zaha Hadid studio. His images accompany the official application dossier of "Ivrea, 20th Century Industrial City" in UNESCO heritage
Combination of Design and Matter. Terracotta inspires a relationship between the past and the present