The Franco-Swiss architectural photographer Hélène Binet (b. 1959) is renowned for making images that express an intimate experience of architecture. Using only analogue techniques, her photographs are both a representation and a discovery of her subjects, all of them buildings that break the mould, pushing daringly at the boundaries of their time. In this selection of some seventy of her photographs ? ranging from the baroque London churches of Nicholas Hawksmoor and the Jantar Mantar Observatory in Jaipur to more recent works by Le Corbusier, Peter Zumthor, John Hejduk, Daniel Libeskind and Zaha Hadid ? her work is revealed in all its subtlety and quiet sensitivity.