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The Fantastically Sculptural Architecture Of Cyril Lancelin

Fantasy homes require architects with imagination and daring, qualities which French architect Cyril Lancelin clearly has in abundance.

The young architect enjoys blowing up simple motifs such as spheres or arches to comically large proportions before unleashing them to overrun his pavilion-like houses. Practical? Perhaps not always; but fun? Most definitely. Sometimes architecture needs that.

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