futuristic architecture at night
A Norwegian photographer with architectural background wakes up at 2 am in Brasilia and walks towards the buildings of Oscar Niemeyer.
The night time is a black canvas where concrete surfaces stand out. Infinite curves and light shades, geometric edges fade in the dark.
Contemplative figures observe those creation in silence.
Why is Niemeyer's architecture so intriguing?
What makes it so suggestive?
Maybe its strive towards futuristic aesthetics. Or maybe we are not supposed to know precisely, but simply to enjoy it.
THIS WAS SO GOOD,
I NEED MORE
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