The elevation of a façade drawn by an architect often bears little resemblance to what we see once the building is completed.  The inevitable distortions of perspective are not all.  The house may be hidden behind dense vegetation or situated in a narrow street.  It may have been altered, greatly deteriorated or even abandoned.  It is up to me to find a way to photograph it bit by bit and to reassemble the pieces like a jig-saw puzzle in order to recreate the elevation of the building before it was born.  These buildings deprived of environment and perspective acquire a mathematical purity revealing the human touch by contrast.