Ezra Stoller (1915 – 2004) was an architectural photographer who’s work included iconic structures like Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and the TWA Terminal at JFK Airport.
I love how he managed to capture the lines of the structures so well. He had a gift of knowing the perfect angle and composition to use to make the architecture have real impact. Like in the image pictured here, in which the curvature of the opening in the roof and the staircase live harmoniously.
You can see more photos on his work here.