Architect Imagines The Homes Of Fairy Tale Characters – Design You Trust

Architect Imagines The Homes Of Fairy Tale Characters

Illustrator and architect Federico Babina has a love for fairy tales and he decided to use them as inspiration for some of his latest illustrations. He says that his latest pictures are a tribute to the fairy tale universe where architecture is often reinvented.

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