Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Modern Adaptation { Columbus Iron Works }


It's always interesting when an historic building gets a modern renovation. I suppose I'm in the school of thought that finds it more intriguing when there is a clear distinction between old and new. The exterior and interior photographs are of the Columbus Iron Works turned into the Columbus Georgia Trade and Convention Center.

This was a beautiful facility for the wedding I attended a few weeks ago. I captured these shots during my hair and make-up break eager to explore the architecture.

Stay tuned for more photos of the wedding celebration.

Black and white film {Fuji Neopan} photos by Sophorn.

3 comments:

Brian Dean Dolan said...

Nice photos! When done properly, clearly distinguishing between the old & new portions of a historic building can be very interesting indeed. On the other hand, I think it takes a lot of courage & knowledge to seamlessly design an addition/renovation to an older building.

Sophorn said...

Yes, no matter which approach, it has to be done well.

Christopher McRae said...

who designed it? i never asked. same folks do the hotel across the street?

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