Architecture Costumes For Halloween, Carnival and Office Parties

Architecture Costumes For Halloween, Carnival and Office Parties
The Original Whitney by Lina Bondarenko

This was originally posted on October 17, 2017.

When it's time to dress up for Halloween, Carnival or theme parties, people often choose costumes that resonate with their interests. This is especially true for architects, who are particularly well-suited to designing and building head-turning outfits. For students and young architects, the yearning to construct (and destruct) stems from the will to create elaborate headpieces and ingenious appendages.

We recently polled ArchDaily readers from across the world, asking them to share their architecture-themed costumes with us. Want to submit yours? We'll be updating this post so send us your photo on Facebook or via the comments below!

Greek Temple by Thiciene Cintra
Rivergate Tower in Tampa by Patrick Thorpe
The Taj Majal by Red Gonzales
The Globe Theather by Chrissy Turek
Lebbeus Woods by Nadia Lloyd-Lister
OCAD University's Sharp Centre for Design - Will Alsop by Rob Shostak
Tracing Paper with Sketches by Luana Rôla
Leaning Tower of Pisa by Ashley Bell Davis
Empire State Building and King Kong - by Daniel Kidd and Bjarke Ingels
Tape Measure via
Chrysler Building by Jason Molina
Toronto City Hall by Rob Shostak
Cleveland’s Marcel Breuer Building by Jonathan Kurtz
AutoCAD Error by Kaio Carvalho
"Low Cost Guggenheim Bilbao" by Rod Neto
Le Corbusier by Paula Rodrigues

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Cite: AD Editorial Team. "Architecture Costumes For Halloween, Carnival and Office Parties" 16 Oct 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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