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Luc Rémond

Built Environment and Lifestyle Photographer Sydney, NSW [email protected]

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Across the road from the new high rise Arthur Phillip High School is the newly opened Parramatta Public School. Learning spaces are flexible to serve large groups and small clusters whilst the outdoor spaces encourage play and collaborative learning. A modern benchmark for primary schools. . Architects: @grimshawarch + @architecturebvn . #lucremond #lucremondphotography #lucremondphotographer #photography #photo #architecture #architecturephotography #architizer #australianarchitecture #architectureaustralia #housesmagazine #sydney #sydneyphotography #sydneyphotographer #photographer #residential #house #archdaily #dezeen #houseoftheday #sydneyarchitecture #housephotography #interiordesign #interiors #interiorphotography #grimshawarchitects #bvnarchitecture

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New Year, new school. 2020 has welcomed the opening of the first public high-rise school in NSW, Arthur Phillip High School. At 17 storeys high, it houses flexible, technology-rich learning spaces offering “future focused” learning. Architects: @architecturebvn + @grimshawarch . #lucremond #lucremondphotography #lucremondphotographer #photography #photo #architecture #architecturephotography #architizer #australianarchitecture #architectureaustralia #housesmagazine #sydney #sydneyphotography #sydneyphotographer #photographer #residential #house #archdaily #dezeen #houseoftheday #sydneyarchitecture #housephotography #interiordesign #interiors #interiorphotography #bvnarchitecture #grimshawarchitecture

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I visited the South Coast last week, a place I’ve been deeply connected to for over 35 years. The scenes I saw were devastating and horrific. The landscape, I have a huge attachment to, was so damaged that it was barely recognisable - a mix of black and brown chaos. The scale of destruction is so massive, I wanted as a photographer to try and extract the detail from the mayhem. My photos capture only a small portion of the altered state of a place that means so much to so many people.

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I visited the South Coast last week, a place I’ve been deeply connected to for over 35 years. The scenes I saw were devastating and horrific. The landscape, I have a huge attachment to, was so damaged that it was barely recognisable - a mix of black and brown chaos. The scale of destruction is so massive, I wanted as a photographer to try and extract the detail from the mayhem. My photos capture only a small portion of the altered state of a place that means so much to so many people.

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