imaginary architecture – filip dujardin

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architecture, photography

Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin combines architecture with digital composite photography to create surprising, surreal and completely fictional results.

Dujardin combines and synthesises architectural elements into unusual, tangled conglomerations. He challenges the way we think about architecture, asking us to change our ingrained assumptions about how buildings should be built, creating fantasy builds that bring spontaneity and playfulness into otherwise brutalist, predictable forms.

Via Architizer.

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