EXPO 2015 geometric Architecture in the sky by Paolo Pettigiani

Paolo Pettigiani EXPO

The universal exhibition is near to its ending, but there is still time until October 31st. EXPO 2015 is getting a gorgeous success, every day there are thousands and thousands of visitors from all over the world that come to Milan to enjoy that concentration of culture, architecture and food.

For those who are not able to go there, I create this guide, so I can share with to you my personal selection of the best pavilions. I’m lucky, I live 10 km far from Expo and I was able to go there a lot of times. Overall, there is one thing on which I’m completely sure, every time I visit that place, I see something new. Even from an architectural point of view.

So, when I saw these photographs by Paolo Pettigiani, a photographer based in Paris, I said “that’s what I mean.” He gathers a series of pics about geometric architecture that shows the curves of buildings linked to the sky.

EXPO Architectural Photography

EXPO Architectural Photography

Geometric Architecture

geometric Photography

Pettigiani EXPO

Paolo Pettigiani EXPO

Geometric Architecture

EXPO Architectural Photography

EXPO Photography

Geometric Architecture

If you are like me and appreciate this kind of work, I invite you to visit also the project of Matt Crump and Lino Russo – Both are architectural photographers.

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