Interior photography and architectural photography is an art in itself, the photographer has to have feelings for the architecture and the space created by the designers, there has to be a kind of symbiotic connection, Tony Hanscomb Photography understands this connection very well and uses this inherent feature to advantage.
Usually within the space or room there are POV sweet-spots, that means finding and recognizing certain angles and Points of Views that the designer intentionally created.
Most designers and architects spend a long time on designing a visual impact at the entrance to the space. The viewer will be presented with a perfect visual balance on entering the room, where lighting looks perfect, room focal points are all obvious and the viewer will have a good feeling when entering the space.
Architects usually design several “sweet-spots” that need to be discovered by the photographer and portrayed in a way that celebrates the space and its talented creators.