Federico Babina Illustrates The Imaginary Architecture Of Movie Director-Designed Homes
Federico Babina draws a comparison between the makers of architecture and the creators of film in his latest series of illustrations titled ‘archidirector’. “Directors are like the architects of cinema” – said Babina.
“They are those that build stories that like buildings envelop the viewer and carry it in a different world. Each with their own style, language and aesthetics, think, plan design and build places and stories that host us for the duration of the movie.”
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