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Federico Babina Remakes Art as Architecture

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 06, 2014 01:02 AM
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by Promila Shastri last modified Mar 05, 2014

Does an architect always view the world through the lens of a building? It would seem so for Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina, who has conceived of a series of illustrations in which iconic two-dimensional works by famous artists are seamlessly translated into 3-dimensional works of architecture. Paintings and — Continue reading …




 

 

archdaily2Does an architect always view the world through the lens of a building? It would seem so for Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina, who has conceived of a series of illustrations in which iconic two-dimensional works by famous artists are seamlessly translated into 3-dimensional works of architecture. Paintings and drawings by artists from Warhol to Richard Serra, Lichtenstein to Damien Hirst, get reconstructed, so to speak, in Babina’s Archist seriessome (Mondrian, Serra) lending themselves more convincingly to architecture than others (Lichtenstein, Rothko). Still, we suspect that the artists Babina has chosen for his project would be just as amused by the possibilities as we are.archdaily2archdaily2archdaily2archdaily2archdaily2Images: Dezeen


 

 

 
 
 

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