Ettubrute is an American architect and photographer living in the Netherlands. According to his profile, the bloke's name is James Leng and much like his European travels, his work has been finding its way around the world (wide webs).
The entire photostream is worth a look, but Leng's architectural documentation is most alluring. Foreign Office Architects' stark and superb Social Housing Project, Richard Rogers' Barahas Terminal 4 project in Madrid, and the Villa VPro offices from Dutch firm MVRDV are at once contemplative and spirited. One might argue that subject matter this good is easy to capture. And they'd be wrong. Leng sees space from an architect's perspective and in doing so, understands the environmental relationship between the built and the natural. There exists a sense of human activity in every shot, and yet rarely is a figure present for scale, further underlying the premise that the subject is the subject and nothing more.
Leng's Timelapse series has received more-than-solid response from visual designers in the Twitterverse, as well. Rotterdam Snow in January and Turkish Dinner Get-Together are just two of his animated assemblies that seem ready made for advertising. If advertising, for its better part, was only that good.