Archizoo, Architecture Visualised as Animals by Federico Babina
This is the fifth article about Federico Babina on EWAT. Babina has origins from Italy and Spain, currently based in Barcelona. He has definitely a different perspective on several design issues in general. His imagination is creative and when he finally conceptualises an idea it is also designed and drawn. Architecture is his core subject and within architecture he is free to create: architecture and painting, architecture and cinema, architecture and interior design.
In this series animals are in the front seat. He has blended some of the most iconic buildings such as Eiffel Tower or the Cathedral of Brasilia by Niemeyer, with animals that are in every zoological park. The Gherkin became a dolphin, or The Wave by Larsen became a camel. Excellent. Enjoy.