Loïc Vendrame's architectural photographs are like optical illusions that make buildings look like abstract postcards from an island vacation. For his latest project, "ArchiNature," which is divided into three chapters (sky, land, and sea), the French photographer plays with pattern, color, and perspective to transform a staircase into a seashell and a Melbourne building into a wave.
In a conversation with Creative Boom, Vendrame explains his affection for "banal details" and "original angles," which he uses to deconstruct architecture. Other photo projects, including one that shows buildings with "faces," can be seen on his online portfolio.
·Architectural photography that mimics common natural elements [Creative Boom]
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