The State Library of Victoria has amateur architectural photographer Peter Willie’s collection online at low resolution. It’s a valuable set of thousands of photographs taken around Melbourne in the very early 1970s, up until his untimely death in 1971.
Photos and information about a broad selection of Melbourne buildings. Adam Dimech is a plant scientist and photographer.
A searchable photo library including many historic New Zealand construction images and plans.
A selection of photos of some startling modernist / constructivist buildings in Moscow, from a book by Richard Pare.
“This site acts a focus for lines of research into the representation of space and the space of representation.”
“My blog highlights the diversity of art deco and modernism styles throughout Tasmania through my photography and the written word.” A blog by Tasmanian photographer Thomas Ryan.
A good selection of general and architectural travel snaps from around the world, taken by Liao Yusheng.
Melbourne-based photo blog of all things Deco.
A large and busy group snapping Melbourne’s buildings for your pleasure.
At Gusset.net is an online photogallery of train stations around the world. Lomos are cheap russian cameras with a big fan club. This gallery includes quite a lot of Peter McIntyre’s Parliament Station in Melbourne.
Loads of pics here.
Sydney photographer (and friend) Kristen Elsby has amassed a startlingly good collection of archipics from around the planet.
New York architectural photographer Liao Yusheng (廖雨笙) has a photo archive of buildings and places around the world that is worth a gander.
This is a great resource for contemporary european buildings – photos, maps, and most importantly, addresses.
700 odd photograhs of the work of contmporary Queensland architects.
an 2000 olympics-timed photo tour of contemporary australian architecture – with pictures from George Michell and John Gollings book “New Australian Style”.
Rory Hyde’s flickr photo sets of Melbourne architecture (and beyond). Plenty of McBride Charles Ryan houses and Paul Morgan’s Cape Schanck house. [via super colossal ]