• Delicious Interiors Photography by Henry Bourne.


    Posted on 22nd November, by Dana Tomić Hughes in architecture, interior design, photography. 2 Comments

    Milan apartment by Dimore Studio. Photo by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Milan apartment by Dimore Studio. Photo by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Milan apartment by Dimore Studio. Photo by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Milan apartment by Dimore Studio.

    Photo by H Bourne for T Magazine, New York Times | Yellowtrace

    Photo by H Bourne for T Magazine, New York Times | Yellowtrace

    Photo by H Bourne for T Magazine, New York Times | Yellowtrace

    Photos for New York Times’ T Magazine.

    Photo by Henry Bourne, Royal Academy | Yellowtrace

    Royal Academy.

    Faye Toogood's London Home - bedroom. Photo by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Faye Toogood's London Home - sitting room. Photo by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Faye Toogood's London Home - kitchen. Photo by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Faye Toogood’s London Home.

    Photo by Henry Bourne for Vogue | Yellowtrace

    Photo by Henry Bourne for Vogue | Yellowtrace

    Photo by Henry Bourne for Vogue | Yellowtrace

    Ochre Barn by Carl Turner Architects.

    Photo by Henry Bourne for Molteni | Yellowtrace

    Photo by Henry Bourne for Molteni | Yellowtrace

    Molteni catalogue.

    Photo by Henry Bourne for Wallpaper | Yellowtrace

    Wallpaper magazine.

    H Bourne for Tom Dixon | Yellowtrace

    H Bourne for Tom Dixon | Yellowtrace

    H Bourne for Tom Dixon | Yellowtrace

    H Bourne for Tom Dixon | Yellowtrace

    Tom Dixon look-book.

     

    Henry Bourne is a photographer of interiors, architecture, portraits, travel, landscapes, reportage and still life. Although he is damn good at all of it, today I wanted to focus on his interiors, architecture and still life images. Cause, you know, that’s kind of my thing. I became especially interested in his work after I realised he also photographed two interiors previously featured on Yellowtrace (here and here - I always find it fascinating how various photographers portray the same space so differently).

     

    Bloom by H Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Bloom by H Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Bloom.

    Rose - Photo by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Rose.

    Still Life by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Still Life (shirt).

    Folklore by Henry Bourne | Yellowtrace

    Folklore.

     

    Apart form his extensive editorial work, Henry has produced two books – “The Ivy” and “Le Caprice”. His work has appeared in several exhibitions in the UK and US, including DIFFA exhibitions in New York. Bourne has captured portraits of some of the biggest names in the world of art and design, and his list of clients is equally as impressive including Conde Nast, Elle Decoration, Harper’s Bazaar, NY Times Magazine, Numero, Vanity Fair, Vogue US/ UK/ Japan/ Germany/ France, W Magazine, Wallpaper, World of Interiors amongst others.

    In other words, he’s kind of a big deal and it’s not difficult to see why. But enough talking – it’s time to dive into the endless eye candy in the image gallery below. Enjoy!

     


    [Images courtesy of Henry Bourne.]

     





  • 2 Responses to “Delicious Interiors Photography by Henry Bourne.”

    1. Lauren Macer says:

      Unbelievable beauty. Those first images of those amazing interiors are simply divine.

    2. […] Fotos: Alexander Kent, Oliver Jeffers, Felice Varini, HAY/Rasmus Norlander, Hanne Fuglbjerg, Diapo, Audi AG/designliga, Kalmar Kuntmuseum, Hamer Hall/ARM Architecture, Enota/Podcetrtek sports hall, Wolfgang Laib, Turkis, isbjörg collective, plenty of colour, Cube architecten, Henry Bourne, […]



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