Great architecture may seem purely the work of skillfull architects, but in order for their work to be properly documented, the vision of a great photographer is needed. Hélène Binet, who has photographed the buildings of Le Corbusier, David Chipperfield, Alvar Aalto, and Zaha Hadid, is renowned for her skills of highlighting the geometry and power of great architecture. Capturing the texture, lines, and angles present in the structures, the photographer adds new vision to standing constructions.

[via It's Nice That]