Adalberto Libera - Casa Malaparte. Federico Babina is back with his latest illustration! This time, he explores 23 works of architecture through the lens of one interesting or intense detail that speaks to the character of the work as a whole. Seeing these illustrations as movie posters, which use visual imagery to suggest, insinuate, and convey “the essence” of the film, each illustration reflects the work and the architect’s aesthetic overall.

ARCHIZOOM: Close-Ups of Architectural Favorites

Image 2 of 23 from gallery of ARCHIZOOM: Close-Ups of Architectural Favorites. Photograph by Federico Babina

Casa Malaparte _ARCHICINE: Ilustraciones de la Arquitectura en las películas_Le mépris. Directed by Jean-Luc Godard. Imagen cortesía de Federico Babina

ARCHICINE: Ilustraciones de la Arquitectura en las películas

Italian artist federico babina has illustrated ‘archi_portrait’, a series of contemporary and classic architects drawn in their particular style.

ARCHIZOOM: Close-Ups of Architectural Favorites :: Federico Babina

ARCHIZOOM: Close-Ups of Architectural Favorites

Federico Babina is back with his latest illustration! This time, he explores 23 works of architecture through the len.

Archizoom Associati, Paolo Deganello · Divano Superonda · Divisare

Modular upholstered bench / contemporary / coated foam SUPERONDA by Archizoom Associati Centro Studi Poltronova

Archimusic

ARCHIMUSIC: Illustrations Turn Music Into Architecture - Federico Babina / Elvis Presley, “Can’t Help Falling In Love” Really like the inclusion of a musical reference so unobtrusively.

ARCHIZOOM: Close-Ups of Architectural Favorites :: Federico Babina

ARCHIZOOM: Close-Ups of Architectural Favorites

Image 13 of 23 from gallery of ARCHIZOOM: Close-Ups of Architectural Favorites. Photograph by Federico Babina

Federico Babina's ARCHIPLAN Illustrations Analyze the Floorplans of Master Architects,© Federico Babina

Gallery of Federico Babina's ARCHIPLAN Illustrations Analyze the Floorplans of Master Architects - 14

In Archiplan, Federico Babina interpreted the planimetric language of some architects, modeling them in a schedule made out of labyrinths

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