Architecture in Cinema by Federico Babina
From Rear Window by Hitchcock to A Single Man by Tom Ford, all these movies share a common thing: extremely interesting buildings. Architecture in cinema takes place. Buildings become part of the movies and while one watching the movie needs to explore further the building itself. Each director gave the chance to the spectators to explore the buildings.
People interested in arts and architecture can visually see works by well known architects namely John Lautner or Richard Neutra to name some. Federico Babina did a great job depicting these wonderful buildings. He depicted them in a different angle presenting them as a new posters. The result is impressive. Enjoy.
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