Illustrator Federico Babina imagines architecture from nowhere

The illustrator imagines architecture where past, present, and future intertwine.

February 19, 2015 |
Illustrator Federico Babina imagines architecture from nowhere

Architecture from nowhere. Illustrations courtesy of Feredico Babina.

Gothic windows. Midcentury lines. Traditionally, architectural styles can be categorized by period or movement, each with its own defining characteristic.

But what happens when these elements are mixed and matched? This is what illustrator Federico Babina explores in his newest collection of art, Archinowhere.

According to ArchDaily, Archinowhere is a “series of illustrations that represent a parallel universe where past, present, and future intertwine to present a fantastical collection of realistic yet unreal architectural visions.”

Here's a sampling of Babina's illustrations from the Archinowhere collection:

 

 

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