Photographer of forms and volumes, Christian Michel elucidates the work of great contemporary architects, both French and foreign.
Stations, museums, airports, habitats and institutions: all types of architecture make up his universe. His trained eye has 15 years of experience in photography - methodically searching for the spaces, volumes and details of varying buildings and of contemporary ensembles.
As a graduate of the School of Arts and Communication Marseille, Christian oriented himself towards the architecture he once photographed as a passion, following several years of general work in photography.
"I was struck by a number of buildings, such as the CRICR built in Marseille by architect Rudy Ricciotti. This is partly what drove me to transform my passion into my professional environment.”
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