Nikola Olic, an architectural photographer based in Dallas, Texas, has a thematic focus on capturing and reimagining buildings and sculptural objects in "dimensionless and disorienting ways." His studies, which often isolate views of building façades, frame architectural surfaces in order for them to appear to collapse into two dimensions. "This transience," he argues, "can be suspended by a camera shutter for a fraction of a second." In this second series shared with ArchDaily, Olic presents a collection of photographs taken in Barcelona, Dallas, New York City and Los Angeles.
Crying Windows / Barcelona, Spain
Mirror Façade / Barcelona, Spain
Something Missing / Dallas, Texas
The Blue Green Mile / Dallas, Texas
The Smoking Building / New York City
Read Between the Façades / New York City
Subway Curves / New York City
The Diagonal / New York City
The Trying Angles of Triangles / New York City
The Cross / Los Angeles, California
You can see more from his series, here.