As an architectural photographer, I am interested in investigating the unique identity of space in order to reveal its character. I have been inspired by Oscar Niemeyer’s architecture because of his originality, pure aesthetics, graceful curves, expressive details, whiteness, simplicity and harmony of the whole structure. While photographing Niemeyer’s buildings I was immersed in the world of his timeless architecture. I was not concentrated on the realistic architectural object as a whole but I was searching for the characteristics of the space, its atmosphere, and form enriched by light. The rhythms and proportions of white concrete inspired me deeply. The constructed forms...
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