Published by acb press 2023
Designed by Rohan Hutchinson
Edition of 140
Building for a typhoon is the sequel to Rohan Hutchinson's
celebrated and out-of-print first publication, 'A brief stroll whilst
inspecting architecture.' The Photographic works, created with support by
iconic European camera company Arca Swiss, were captured before and after a
typhoon that shut Tokyo down in 2019. They document architectural structures
and their standing amidst weather variance.
The interest in the body of work lies in how a city's architectural
infrastructure presents cultural, economic, and geographic contrasts. The
publication's design embraces these contrasts, shifting the historic and modern
spaces into an engaging contempoprary book setting that focuses on the layering
of space and materials within a metropolis and its representation in
This sequel is limited to 140 copies produced; each copy comes with a
collectible metallic print, signed and numbered. Publication comes encased
between two plastic sheets, that serve as a frame for the metallic print.
Published by acb press 2021
Designed by Nina Gibbles + Rohan Hutchinson
Edition of 150
Eastern Estates studies how geographic location alters the built environment.
Photographed over three winters within Hokkaido, Japan, 2010-12, the work
researches constraints in building parameters and how these alter the
aesthetics and longevity of permanent structures placed into the
The completed series demonstrates the annual transformation of the industrial,
residential, and rural built communities.
publication is in XL format, which allows the work to showcase the nuances
within the structures while allowing the visuals to breathe within the page,
presenting an exhibition feel within the publication space. The pictorial index informs readers of the photographic works' accurate
dimensions and geographic locations.
Published by acb press 2020
Edition of 200
Each comes with a signed photograph
Mountain views from my archive, trace Hutchinson's
relationship with the natural environment.
Know for his large scale works, this series is a
departure from previous and is a collection of intimate personal recordings.
The series spans 2000-2019, environments include the
Canadian Rockies, Japanese Alps, Hokkaido, and Arctic Norway.
Images were rediscovered within his archive whilst
searching for a sense of freedom during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Artist books (set of 3)
Edition of 8 + 2 AP
Self Published trade edition 2020
Edition of 140
Popup cards (set of 3)
Edition of 100
Post Hiroshige is a body of work that continues my interest into
Japanese Architecture and representation of space both within artwork and
The body of work draws inspiration from Historic
Japanese Ukiyo-Artist Hiroshige Utagawa. The interest lie in how Hiroshige
broke away with traditional mathematical formulas of the time, in-return
created a new way of seeing the natural and built landscape.
Colour used within the publication and artworks is the pigment data from
Hiroshige Utagawa’s work “Kinryuzan Temple Akasaka c 1830” (Provided by The
National Gallery of Victoria, Australia).
Post Hiroshige consists of a series artworks, a set of 3 of hand made
concertina books, a limited edition trade publication, along with a series of 3
pop-up cards made in collaboration with Paris based paper artist
Published by Perimeter Editions 2018
Designed by Daly Lyon
Edition of 600