Architectural Pattern

Any time you walk through a big city, all it takes is a quick look up to send your mind spinning. Overhead, the walls of skyscrapers climb into the distant sky, showing off their sleek lines, walls of reflective glass and seemingly infinite patterns. Parisian photographer Alexandre Jacques captures this feeling in his series Architectural Pattern. Here he frames his shots to capture only the sides of the building, canting the lens to further confuse our perceptions of reality. Read more directly from the source.

FBI building, New York

Arche de la Défense, Paris

Tour Novotel, Paris

Tour Mirabeau, Paris

Tour Espace 2000, Paris

7 World Trade Center, New York

Santos Place, Brisbane