Rhythm, Lines and Colorful Patterns: Abstract Architecture Photography

Rhythm, Lines and Colorful Patterns: Abstract Architecture Photography by Paul Brouns

Paul Brouns is a 60-year-old fine art photographer, artist and graphic designer who was born and raised in the South of the Netherlands in a small village in the province Limburg. Paul received his BA in Painting, Drawing, Photography and Graphics from the Academy of Arts in Tilburg in 1990.

Brouns focuses on geometric patterns, lines and shapes, found in architecture. “I am fascinated by the abstract qualities of architecture, of which I testify by capturing and creating, what I call Urban Tapestries,” he explained. “My mission is to spread the beauty and enchantment of the architectural patterns in the world around me.”

I am an artist / photographer from the Netherlands. My work is all about rhythm, lines and geometric patterns, which I find in the urban landscape. I try and visualize architecture in a way that transcends the everyday experience of the building and its functions, as I am more fascinated by its abstract and graphical qualities.

Assago Milanofiori ForumAssago Milanofiori Forum

Johanna in the Clouds, UtrechtJohanna in the Clouds, Utrecht

London, UKLondon, UK

Milan, ItalyMilan, Italy

Nicolaïkerk, UtrechtNicolaïkerk, Utrecht

Stadhuis ZaanstadStadhuis Zaanstad

The Hague, NetherlandsThe Hague, Netherlands

The International Criminal Court in The HagueThe International Criminal Court in The Hague

Zuidas AmsterdamZuidas Amsterdam

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