michael k. wilkinson, photographs of architecture &

interiors

day-to-day peeks and glances, courtesy of Instagram
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Camouflaged dog. Or, just a nice picture of some stairs.Triple MKW play, with a little help from my MacBook Pro and its highly reflective screen.Kennedy Center as seen from Georgetown Harbor.BEGINNING OF SPRING!END OF WINTERTeaching the dog to take herself on her own damn walks. It's not going very well.#nofilter #rust #rustpornUnder Michigan Avenue NE.Jumping the fence highly discouraged. Brookland DC.I think I love trains. Brookland DC.Brookland.Brookland.MKW (wkm). Happy Friday, y'all.Yesterday's morning light was amazing. Splashing over the Bitters installation and the Michael Smith B&Ws. #stanbitters #architecturalpottery #districtofcolumbia #minimonolithOpEN.APARTMENT 5.Cab. Call 202-488-4844.#captionitOK so I'm going to filter the sh*t out of this thing. Why not.Red at night, sailors' delight.Moss must mean spring. Spring please? Spring please!!! #nofilter6th & L NW.OPEN. Chinatown DC.Alley, Chinatown.National Park Seminary, Silver Spring MD.Scouting a new long-term construction progress assignment. National Park Seminary, Silver Spring MD.Scouting a new long-term construction progress assignment. National Park Seminary, Silver Spring MD.Scouting a new long-term construction progress assignment. National Park Seminary, Silver Spring MD.I suspect this white stuff will all be melted and gone by tomorrow. Not sure I'm going to miss it.#nofilterWhich way did he go? Which way did he go?more

 

 

Michael K. Wilkinson is an architectural photographer based in Washington DC. Instagram is his creative outlet, and he uses it on a daily basis, sometimes hourly. We've plugged his Instagram feed into the space above this paragraph in the hopes of keeping the homepage fresh on a daily (sometimes hourly) basis. Please forgive any non-architectural, uninteresting or otherwise generally nonprofessional photographs in the Instagram feed. In particular, please forgive all the dog photos. Thank you.

 

If you're a serious person who just wants to get to business, click on recently (below) to browse recent architectural assignments. If you must.

 

Click on other links at your own risk; may contain non-architectural, uninteresting or otherwise generally nonprofessional content.

 

(May also contain links to photographs taken at Julius Shulman's home in the Hollywood Hills. Or, Richard Neutra's final residential commission in the US, right here in Washington DC.)

 

Just click.

 

Yes, that was a photography pun. Sort of. Sorry. Carry on.

 

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