François Halard



French photographer Fraçois Halard is well known for his work depicting architecture and interiors and
carries an extensive body of work through commissions by publications as well as advertising.

The book details fifty six days of confinement in the photographers home, who otherwise has never spent more than a few weeks stationed in the same place as his work required constant worldwide travel. Viewers of Halard’s past work may be used to seeing him detail the inner dwellings of other notable individuals such as Rick Owens and Dries Van Noten. This take on his own personal home is a self reflective release and a compelling visual diary of an otherwise seemingly mundane period of time.

First Edition of 1000

21.5 x 28 cm
64 pages