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A Selection of the Best Architecture Sketches: Alberto Campo Baeza

12:00 - 19 February, 2019
Asencio 1998. Image Cortesía de Alberto Campo Baeza
Asencio 1998. Image Cortesía de Alberto Campo Baeza

MA 2009. Image Cortesía de Alberto Campo Baeza Almeria 2003. Image Cortesía de Alberto Campo Baeza Asencio 1998. Image Cortesía de Alberto Campo Baeza Gaspar 1991. Image Cortesía de Alberto Campo Baeza + 30

A while ago I was researching material on the internet for a project about representation in architecture, so I started reviewing the websites of different architecture offices. Several passed quickly, without much notice, however, I found some that kept me completely immersed. I explored and appreciated the sensibilities of their authors, whose penchant for drawings and freehand sketches I hadn’t previously known. Within those libraries of mental excursions, I discovered Alberto Campo Baeza’s drawing library; I loved it so much that I decided to share it with you.

Architecture Transcends Time in New Architectural Illustrations by Xinran Ma

09:00 - 28 December, 2018
Architecture Transcends Time in New Architectural Illustrations by Xinran Ma , © Xinran Ma
© Xinran Ma

As imaginative and hypothetical as their work may seem to some people, many visionaries have created admirable artwork that look beyond the ordinary and rethink architecture and urban spaces. Xinran Ma, the New York-based architectural designer and illustrator has visualized his architectural fantasies, and created numerous series of drawings, two of which were entries for Fairy Tales 2016 and 2017 by Blank Space."

Drawing inspiration from Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi, known for his imaginative etches of Rome, and the collaborative works of Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin, who produced avant-garde depictions of cities and landscapes, the illustrator has once again shared his creations with Archdaily, expressing his passion “to vision architectural fantasies that transcends time through graphic narratives”.

© Xinran Ma © Xinran Ma © Xinran Ma © Xinran Ma + 10

Federico Babina's ARCHITALE Brings Fairytales To Life

14:00 - 9 January, 2017

Imaginative Italian illustrator and architect Federico Babina has unveiled his latest series, ARCHITALE, “a tribute to the fairytale universe where the architectures are reinvented to accommodate the protagonists of the story.”

Through his illustrations, Babina imagines 17 structures that dance between reality and fantasy, with each architectural detail revealing information about the characters and story of the respective fairytale.