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Iconic art is re-imagined or translated into architecture by Italian artist and architect Federico Babina

The re-interpretation of these iconic artists (see Mondrian below) remind me of Brosterman's comparison to modernist art and the Froebel "gifts" (see previous post).

Italian artist and architect Federico Babina explores the symbiotic relationship between architecture and art, and how they would interact with each other. 


Says Bambina: "I like finding the hidden architecture in parallel universes, in this sense, the illustration helps me to explore alternative languages".

It is a methodology that might be well received in designing for children - what does a child's art tell us about how their architectural environments should or could be designed?


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