Photographer Alexandra Jacques challenges us onlookers to take a closer look at the world's maligned buildings in many major cities. His process involves photographing extreme close ups of skyscrapers often seen as obtrusive and glutinous, and gives them an attractive, interesting look into their native geometric lines, shapes and form. Pictured below is a trippy, almot 1970s retro pattern of windows and shapes. If you zoom out, it is the Eiffel Tower. Pictured also include the New York Times building, the Empire State building, Tour Ariane and Tour Espace.