Antoine Horenbeek is a Brussels-based architect and photographer specializing in architecture and documentary photography.

He has long been interested in photography and his interests in art and architecture have enriched his abilities to tell stories through his lens. While studying architecture at La Cambre-Horta (Université Libre de Bruxelles) and architecture, photography and graphic design at Universidad Francisco de Vitoria (Madrid), he traveled across continents to follow his interests in architecture and documentary photography. After graduation, he first began working as an architect and then as a freelance photographer.

He is interested in large and small cities, empty spaces, industrial cities, natural and artificial landscapes, urban development, the concept of "right to the city" and connections between formal and informal cities.

Since 2015, he has collaborated with architecture and urban planning offices (1010 architecture & urbanism, Urban Architectes, AC Plus Architecture, Tetra Kayser Associés), artist collectives (Teatro de Afeto) and NGO's (Catalytic Communities, RioOnWatch.org) in Belgium and Brazil.

His photographs aim to approach the urban and social aspects of the places we live in and develop a new point of view about the urbanized space and the way in which people use it.



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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: