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Francesco Russo is a photographer based in London and Venice, specialising in architecture, interior design and the built environment. He strives to produce simple but bold and striking images to illustrate the work of architects and designers.

After graduating in Architecture at IUAV University of Venice and working as an architect between Italy and the United Kingdom, he developed his knowledge in architectural photography at the London College of Communication (LCC) and decided to dedicate himself to photography.

His stock library is represented by Arcaid Images.

Fine Art prints are available upon request, with worldwide delivery.


Publications include: ArchDaily, Architect’s Choice, Architects’ Journal, Architectural Review, Architecture Today, Azure, Condé Nast, Design Week, Dezeen, Dwell, Elle Decor, Evening Standard, Forbes, Grand Designs, Maru, Polkadot, Real Homes, The Sun, among others.


All images displayed on this website are the exclusive property of Francesco Russo and are protected by the UK and International Copyright Laws. No images may be reproduced or manipulated in any way without direct written permission from Francesco Russo. The use of any of these images as the basis for another photographic concept or illustration (digital, artist rendering or alike) without direct consent is not permitted. The images are licensed to the client upon payment. Images may not be distributed to a third party without the prior authorisation of the photographer. Shared commissions are permitted but this needs to be indicated prior to the photography.

You are permitted and encouraged to share Francesco Russo’s work respectfully through social media and include credit to Francesco Russo, or Francesco Russo Photography, and link back to the original when possible. Please tag Francesco Russo Photography (Facebook), @francescorussophoto (Instagram), or Francesco Russo (Behance) when re-posting to social media. You may not take credit for these images or imply in any way that Francesco Russo’s work belongs to you or anyone else.