More Sitephocus is the web log extension of sitephocus.com, the on-line image library of the built environment. The topics found here cover anything related to the shaping of the outdoor built environment (i.e. landscape architecture, architecture, urban design).
Time is money.
So how much money do you spend searching for “representative imagery?”
At sitephocus, all our photos are of the built environment, and our advanced search options let you quickly find exactly what you want – by location, project type, or design element.
So if your Google Images or Flickr searches are turning up too much family vacation and not enough designed spaces, next time try sitephocus.
Sitephocus … Get the Picture
Sitephocus.com was founded in 2005 by two Nashville-based landscape architects. The idea began with a simple question: “Where can I find images of a metal gate?” The founders, Chris Whitis and Brian Phelps, were searching for photographs to include in a project presentation, and they quickly realized how frustrating and inefficient searching for images on Google Images or Flickr can be. They also realized how that kind of image search can cost a design firm time and money.
Today, sitephocus.com includes more than 30,000 high-resolution photographs of more than 2000 locations on four continents. The pair travels regularly and posts between 300 and 500 new images per month.