Artist Stephen Gill gives an interesting slant on the World Cup through a series of pictures currently showing at The Architecture Foundation in London. The pictures show the hidden internal areas in Paris’ two World Cup stadiums, which are normally out of bounds to the spectator. The photographs are intended to express the human and personal elements of space, ignoring the building as object and concentrating on the spaces formed by architecture and leftover urban spaces, says an Architecture Foundation spokeswoman. The show runs until 9 August.
A day in the life of Guildford Spectrum leisure centre is showcased in the annual review for the Institute of Leisure and Amenity Management. The report was designed in-house by production editor Peter Lynch, with black and white slow-sync photography shot by Chris Honeywell. ‘We tried to capture the spirit of the leisure industry and the exceptional nature of ordinary people,’ says Lynch.