tony gorsevski is an Australian photographer specialising in the digital capture and production of image based assets where varied creations and perspectives are often assembled and combined to extraordinary effect.

He has undertaken photography across a range of small-scale to expansive architectural and design projects throughout Australia and enjoys experimenting among the traditional elements of contemporary photography with outside fields to beautifully craft and create images that produce unexpected visual associations and experiences to reveal the designer’s artistry and explore a project’s appeal.

Selected works have been published among various national and international architecture and design journals including: Architectural Review Australia, INDESIGN, Artichoke, DQ (Design Quarterly), FRAME, Detail, (INSIDE) Interior Design Review, Yellowtrace, We Heart UK, Arch Daily, Dezeen, Vogue Living Australia, Broadsheet Melbourne, Australian Desktop, Capture and CREATIVE magazine, the agideas 2009 design conference book + poster, 2010 agideas Design is Difference 20th Year Anniversary Book, 2011 Out of The Box monograph by Gestalten and exhibited at the centre for contemporary photography, melbourne (AUS), musee de lelysee, lussane (CHE), gasworks arts park, melbourne (AUS) and the age melbourne digital fringe festival (AUS).

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New York Residential Tower, New York NY

At 870 feet tall, New York by Gehry is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere and a singular addition to the iconic Manhattan skyline. For his first residential commission in New York City, master architect Frank Gehry has reinterpreted the design language of the classic Manhattan high-rise with undulating waves of stainless steel that reflect the changing light, transforming the appearance of the building throughout the day. Gehry’s distinctive aesthetic is carried across the interior residential and amenity spaces with custom furnishings and installations.

The Standard Hotel, New York NY

Designed by Todd Schliemann, The Standard is a Le Corbusier–style glass-slab building, floating above the High Line running down Manhattan’s West Side. It harks back to such New York City International Style glass buildings as Lever House and the United Nations. The hotel’s tower is a 20-story structure consisting of two colliding concrete-framed planes of glass curtain wall. From a distance, the building looks like an open book standing on end. The slab tower rests on poured-in-place-concrete pilotis, which hold it, heroically, 56 feet off the ground and 30 feet above the track bed of the High Line.

Droog Las Vegas
Marcel Schmalgemeijer

Droog is a Dutch design company featuring home furnishings, art and wearables grounded in design. Located in the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas in the prime, street-level space right at the Strip entrance, the store has been designed like a light box which was inspired by a set from 2001: A Space Odyssey.

This unique way of thinking has defined the conceptual design company and has played a role in defining Dutch design internationally by adapting luxury to content and experience that changes perspective on daily life.

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Designed by architect Frank Gehry, Walt Disney Concert Hall, is the home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and was designed to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world, providing both visual and aural intimacy for an unparalleled musical experience. From the stainless steel curves of its striking exterior to the state-of-the-art acoustics of the hardwood-paneled main auditorium, the 3.6-acre complex embodies the unique energy and creative spirit of the city of Los Angeles and its orchestra.

Guggenheim Museum, New York NY

In 1943, Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to design a building to house the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, which had been established by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation in 1939.

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is arguably the most important building of Wright’s late career. A monument to modernism, the unique architecture of the space, with its spiral ramp riding to a domed skylight, continues to thrill visitors and provide a unique forum for the presentation of contemporary art. In the words of Paul Goldberger, “Wright’s building made it socially and culturally acceptable for an architect to design a highly expressive, intensely personal museum. In this sense almost every museum of our time is a child of the Guggenheim.”

100 11th Avenue, New York NY

Designed by renowned architect Jean Nouvel, 100 Eleventh Avenue stands contains 72 apartments that were carefully crafted by Nouvel, with studios and one- to four-bedroom units occupying the 21 floors. Residences range from 890 to 4,675 square feet and feature specially designed windows that frame the surrounding cityscape. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow for ample natural light and kitchens and bathrooms feature custom terrazzo islands and touch sensor fixtures.

IAC Headquarters 11th Ave New York NY

Designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, the IAC headquarters is located in the vibrant Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. This nine-story concrete tower has a sculpted glass facade and is insulated with a special coating that has patterned ceramic particles imbedded in it to improve energy efficiency

The building’s diagonal walls, tilted columns and irregular spaces allow for varied configurations and open-plan offices. To reduce the overall scale Frank Gehry has broken the building down into 5 individual modules and set back the three upper penthouse towers to allow for rooftop terraces. Each of the modules, stacked in two tiers, is formed by giving a five-story rectangular solid a one-quarter twist.

Balencia Apartments

The Balencea apartments have been designed as a positive and optimistic piece of architecture that will make an elegant and exciting contribution the St Kilda promenade and its collection of iconic buildings. It has a highly sculptural building form that has been derived from a series of interlocking arcs developed into a fluted extrusion.

No entire elevation can be viewed at once which is intriguing to the viewer and reinforces the gesture of viewing sculptural form in-the-round. The concave architectural vocabulary, coupled with the use of a reflective glazed ‘curtain’ wall, creates a complex surface and level of reflectivity, imbuing the building with a confident identity within its context. Rising 23 storeys, Balencea houses 84 apartments of various sizes and configurations.

Apple Store, Fifth Avenue New York NY
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

Apple’s second Manhattan retail store is located at 767 Fifth Avenue between 58th and 59th Streets, occupies the underground retail concourse of the General Motors Building, with entry from the plaza level above. Designers Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and structural engineers Eckersly O’Callahan (glass elements) in collaboration with Apple used Apple Stores’ signature structural glass vertical circulation to entice plaza level passersby down to the store’s underground main level.

The 32-foot structural glass cube marking the store’s entrance makes a bold architectural statement. Housing a transparent glass elevator wrapped by a circular glass stair, the transparent cube beckons potential customers down to the retail level below. Visitors descend the glass stair or travel in the all-glass elevator, entering a carefully tailored stainless steel and stone environment where Apple’s products take center stage. Custom-designed wooden store fixtures, stainless steel ceiling and wall panels and an Italian stone floor make an elegant, yet restrained backdrop.

ANZ Centre Docklands

The ANZ Centre is the largest single tenanted commercial building in Australia, tailored to meet ANZ’s specific needs and aspirations to accommodate over 6.500 staff. Consisting of 10 stories, it is a low rise groundscraper with a dynamic central atrium space and fully connected large floor plates. The building consists of a series of interconnected floorplates linked by bridges.

Designed to embrace the external environment and the community, high atriums allow maximum light penetration, and amenities such as promenades, a ferry wharf and space for eateries provide interaction and integration with the neighbouring community.

Crystals, Las Vegas NV

This retail and entertainment district features high-end retailers, fashionable clubs, gourmet restaurants, galleries, incidental offices and support areas.

Studio Daniel Libeskind was commissioned the architectural design of CRYSTALS retail and public space by Adamson Associates as part of the City Center construction project. The architectural style of this building follows the “rules” of deconstructivism which is a development of postmodern architecture. Although there typically are no “rules” in architecture to classify a building to a style, the term “deconstructivism” has stayed and is used to incorporate a general trend within contemporary architecture.

Terrazo Townhouses

Channelling the DNA of Richmond, the Terrazo townhouses provide a luxurious contemporary urban residence with a sympathetic design, which pays homage to the tranquil surrounds of this city side suburb.

The interiors of each townhouse has been cleverly designed to maximise natural light and space, harnessing the warm and earthy tones of it’s surrounds. Incorporating a range of robust materials rich in colour and texture, resulting in an urban inner city exterior with a visually diverse facade for each townhouse.

STK Las Vegas
The One Group & ICRAVE Design

The One Group’s newest property, appropriately located at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, was designed by ICRAVE with the purposeful intention to redefine the American steakhouse experience by incorporating the vibrant pulse of an upscale restaurant with the soul of a downtown lounge. Gracefully blending the two concepts into one modern steakhouse with a chic lounge. STK Las Vegas uses natural materials to contrast the resort’s urban feel. The facade is contemporary and almost futuristic with organic lines that continue the theme throughout the property.

Alphaville Flagship Store

Alpha60 is a boutique streetwear label with a unique style of men’s and women’s clothing that bring unusual designs and modern, known for its fresh take on classic style and cuts.