Taking creating ideas to their illogical conclusions, this series of surreal animations supplies a tour of unattainable architectural structures and facades, each and every taken to a fresh visual extreme.
Designed by French architect Axel de Stampa, Architecture Animée inverts our expectation of strong structures (with individuals moving previous and by way of them), as an alternative producing a static backdrop and fixed surroundings against which iconic buildings come to existence.
Each and every perform ends up searching (abstractly) like an extension of the original architectural intent or some sort of movement implied within it, such as the above game of god-scaled Tetris that would seem to play out in realtime.
This preliminary set shown here was designed as component of 1Week1Project, organized by Ecole d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville graduate Sylvain Macaux to produce 52 spontaneous architecture projects over the space of a 12 months (with in excess of 25 completed to date).
Structures subject to these whimsical deconstructions consist of the following: Vitrahaus by Herzog & de Meuron, Memory Museum by Estudio America, Theatre Agora by UNStudio, Emerson University Los Angeles by Morphosis, Mirador Building by MVRDV and Blanca Lleo, Americas Cup Building by David Chipperfield, New Museum by SANAA, Absolute Towers by MAD.
Spinning, twisting and deforming, the pieces perform on some thing intrinsic to each and every topic – practically as considerably a all-natural extension as an artistic interpretation. Participating photographers consist of: Nicolas Saieh, Christian Richters, Iwan Baan, Luis Garcia, James Ewing and Tom Arban with more however to come.