Balkrishna Doshi, the 90-year-old Indian architect who worked with Le Corbusier, supervising his designs for the city of Chandigarh, has been named as the winner of the 2018 Pritzker prize, the highest accolade in architecture. Edmund has been working with Doshi for over 10 years , some of this work is featured in Wallpaper magazine
Edmund has won 1st place in the Indian Architecture dialogue photography competition with his image of the Neelam cinema Chandigarh designed by Le Corbusier
Edmund has spent the first few weeks of 2018 working with Thames and Hudson publishers on the 'Indian House' book. Travelling to a dozen locations from Satkol to Shillim Edmund has recorded the work of some of India’s' finest studios. Covering 9 houses including work by Matra architects, Gurjit Matharoo and Khosla associates. The project continues….
Edmund has been appointed an official photographer for London design festival 2017 . Briefed to capture key installations at the Victoria and Albert Museum by designers such as Ross Lovegrove , Es Devlin and Finn Talbot.
Edmund has been in Rio de Janeiro shooting the British school for John McAslan and Partners
Edmund has been shooting the 'Sun and Rain' room for Tonkin Liu architects
Edmund has just returned from 5 day shoot for John Macaslan and Mesheireb properties in Doha Quatar
Dezeen are running an Photo interview feature looking at 2 shoots on the Moryiama house Tokyo , both shoots are almost 10 years old.
Edmund has begun working with Feltcher Priest architects on the photography on Angel court tower London