Parametric design is no stranger to the world of architecture, but capturing it so beautifully in an image to the point where it appears infinite, is a feat!

Arch2o-Parametric Photography ‘Architectural Patterns’ Alexandre Jacques    (28)

Courtesy of Alexandre Jacques

Jean Jacques, an artistic director out of Paris treks through some of the biggest cities in the world to capture brilliant facades. His approach to expressing the facades of these building is in a manner that expressed them as a pattern rather than as their actually purpose. The photographs read like parametric images that have been formed separate from the architecture. Jean Jacque describes the project as:

Arch2o-Parametric Photography ‘Architectural Patterns’ Alexandre Jacques    (26)

Courtesy of Alexandre Jacques

“At the boundaries between graphic design and photography, this project invites you to take a new look at chosen facades often considered invasive or degrading. The repetition of horizontal and vertical lines or a single pattern loses the viewer in a world where boundaries disappear. In the middle of such a mass Man no longer seems to exist.”

By Ariela Lenetsky

Courtesy of Alexandre Jacques

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