Tribute The graphic lines of the runways can be seen through the aircraft window; Ludovic Parisot documented them from a helicopter. He started photographing industrial architecture, with its “clinical” design and aesthetic, five years ago. He captured various places linked to travel, from Kourou to Munich and Paris-CDG. Aware of the work of his contemporary Benedict Redgrove, close perhaps to Bernd & Hilla Becher, he had neither master nor mentor, just a touching curiosity about the “worlds” of his friends, who include designers, artists and journalists. His humility and his perfectionism were his assets, his father and his daughter Rose the driving forces. The author of Portraits de ville, Montréal, published by éditions be-pôles, he collaborated with the best periodicals, including Air France magazine. Begun with the journalist Andrée Fraiderik-Vertino but unfinished, a book will soon bring together his rare photographs.