When you stroll past London's Barbican, do you ever wonder who lives there? How they style their apartments and enjoy their homes? I know I certainly do.
Photographer Anton Rodriguez and Barbican resident feels the same way. He has recently combined his passion for both in a new stylish photographic book.
Featuring more than twenty-two Barbican residents and residences, Anton’s work shines a light on the incredible interiors and creative people who live in the iconic Brutalist estate. The book also features an essay by design writer Katie Treggiden, looking at the history of the site and exploring why there is such an interest in seeing ‘behind the scenes’.
Anton was born in Germany, raised in Liverpool and is now based in London. He shoots a mixture of portrait and fashion alongside his personal project Barbican Residents. Recent clients include Folk Clothing, Analogfolk and Cereal Magazine. Discover more at antonrodriguez.co.uk.
Via Creative Boom submission | All images courtesy of Anton Rodriguez, main image: Wendy