Must see: Illustrator interprets iconic windows concocted by renowned architects

A graphic artist showcases the most iconic windows by various architects

October 16, 2014 |
Images courtesy Federico Babina

Graphic designer Federico Babina has made a name for himself when it comes to art inspired by architecture, or more accurately, art inspired by architecture that's inspired by other forms of art. 

His newest series of pictures, ARCHIWINDOW, is an exploration of the most famous window designs by the world's most renowned architects—from Frank Lloyd Wright to Jean Nouvel to Louis Kahn. 

"The windows are the eyes of architecture," said Babina. "Through the windows enters the light and shadow that creates spaces. The windows invite us to enter the landscape, and are the cracks trough which to spy on architecture."

Don't forget to check out two other collections by Babina: ARCHIMUSIC is the artist's experimentation based on the thought if musicians were architecture, and ARCHIST imagines if painters and sculptures were architects.

 

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