Sitephocus.com Image Library for Designers and Developers Continues Growth

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Sitephocus.com, the on-line image library of the built environment, has exceeded 15,000 images with its October 2007 update. The update includes the first part of a two part series focusing on Seattle, Washington and the surrounding area.

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Sitephocus.com, the on-line image library dedicated to documenting urban form and public spaces, continues its leadership in providing images and related management tools for professionals involved in shaping the built environment (i.e. architects, landscape architects, urban designers, developers). With this month's update complete, the site now comprises over 15,000 images of sites from around the world. The update includes the first part of a two part series focusing on Seattle, Washington and the surrounding area.

"Reaching this milestone has underscored our commitment to providing new and exciting images every month," said Co-founder Chris Whitis.

Previous updates have included Barcelona, Vancouver, Minneapolis, and other major cities. By continuing its commitment to providing between 300-500 images a month, sitephocus.com is projected to exceed 20,000 images by the same time next year.

Sitephocus.com is a subscription based service started by Brian Phelps and Chris Whitis, two landscape architects who became frustrated with lack of easy to find, relevant imagery on-line for designers. "We love design, we love to travel and we love photography. Putting them all together has been very exciting for us," said Phelps.

Together they have created an easily searchable, cost-effective resource that assists design professionals in quickly finding photography for presentations, reports, and communications with their clients. The image library includes a wide array of subject matter relevant to their subscribers. Examples include streetscapes, public spaces, architecture, parks, site furniture, site elements, and transportation.

For more information visit sitephocus.com at http://www.sitephocus.com.

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