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Fairy Tales: When Architecture Tells a Story…

Fairy Tales: When Architecture Tells a Story

by Blank Space

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This book brings together a collection of 24 captivating architecture fairy tales from over 300 entries to Blank Space's first "Fairy Tales" competition. "Fairy Tales" challenged entrants to develop visionary, narrative-based design proposals, rewriting the way architecture communicates itself and unlocking the power of architecture through storytelling. In an eclectic array of forms - from stories, to poems, memoirs, and comics - these entries bring new meaning to architecture, its value, and its place in society. Acclaim for Fairy Tales: "The winners are dreamy, fantastical explorations of the architecture of a fictional world of each designer's making." - Fast Company "Think you're too old for fairy tales? The submissions to Blank Space's first Fairy Tales Architecture Competition can make you believe otherwise." - Archinect

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:26 -0400)

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