I love seeing beautiful exterior and interior design of a building. Sometimes my eyes scanning around the room to see if there is any unique geometric pattern.
You don’t need to travel around the world to see them. They are everywhere. It depends on our eyes and perspective.
Even if it’s something that we consider as moderate design, with the new angle or point of view, a photographer can make it look stunning.
This is the roof view of a hanging lamps inside Manggala Wanabakti Building, Jakarta. I took it with my camera phone when I was attending a marriage ceremony and saw the decorations. Sadly, I didn’t have enough time to capture them all!
Have you ever visit Bali? You don’t have to compete with thousand of people posting the same object at the same place. Just take a good look at the roof of your hotel or any other building. What you see may shocking you.
And many more…
Well. I’m still learning to capture more geometric pattern. This is something we refuse to see because there are too many interesting objects out there. For example, human beings, cityscapes, etc.
I took this black and white picture at Sudirman street. Actually, the building in the picture is very old. I used to visited it when I was a student, never realized the uniqueness. Guess, I was too busy with myself and missed a lot of beautiful things around me.
So have you ever seen geometric pattern in your city and neighbourhood?