Frederico Babina has launched a new series called ARCHIWINDOW, which explores different window designs by famous architects.
Each image reveals how expressive and distinct a window design can be, and how reflective they are of the architect behind them.
“The windows are the eyes of architecture. Through the windows enters the light and shadow that creates spaces. The windows invite us to enter the landscape, and are the cracks through which to spy on architecture,” says Babina.
“I tried to transform a detail into the protagonist to emphasize its expressive capacity. A single window can open up a world of information. It allows you to lean out to find clues of the stylistic and linguistic aesthetics of architecture.”
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