Chance Encounters With Buildings
French Photographer Dominique Vorillon shoots mostly interiors, architecture and gardens creating images of places you want to be. His first inspiration was from photographs of the west, southwest by Jean Loup Sieff who captured the American desert and roadside architecture. Vorrillon describes his work.
A lot of my personal images are an attempt to keep a trace of these chance encounters with buildings, light, vacant rooms and the objects that inhabit them.
His photo of Frank Gehry’s already amazing Disney Hall makes it appear even more surreal and ominous.