Antonio Voto is an Italian architect; he works and collaborate with creative studio to realize renders and 3D models. One of his latest project is focused on the history of Architecture and it can be explained with one question: what if Étienne-Louis Boullée (1728-1799) and Claude-Nicolas Ledoux (1736-1806) would have been able to use today’s render technique to visualize their work?
Boullée and Ledoux’s architecture has been redesigned in 3D and visualized from a drone-like perspective; faithful to the originals, the images are represented in a natural environment with desaturated colors. Architect Antonio Voto has always imagined that these revolutionary architectures could have easily fitted in Kafka’s dystopias, or might have been chosen by Grimm brothers as their home.
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