estudio extramuros illustrates 100 days of architecture estudio extramuros illustrates 100 days of architecture
mar 09, 2016

estudio extramuros illustrates 100 days of architecture

estudio extramuros illustrates 100 days of architecture
(above) museum of modern literature, david chipperfield | day #47
all images courtesy of estudio extramuros

 

 

 

for estudio extramuros‘ participation in the ‘100 day project’ — an international call for creatives to engage in a series of work daily, without interruption — the spanish studio has illustrated a different building or architect every day. without limitations on graphic style, type of architecture or final appearance, the team gave the project a challenging twist by restricting their work time to under an hour.


la fábrica, ricardo bofill |  day #11

 

 

 

ranging from highly realistic to strikingly abstract, the collection illustrates both small details and architectural plans, as well as entire re-imaginations of the original project. ‘it was not about producing a masterpiece everyday, but to create a body of work little by little,’ describe the team. additionally, the project forced the studio to be creative every day and see each drawing through — even if the result was less than memorable. ‘it made us value the power of steady work and discipline, rather than wait for a sudden spark of creativity. sometimes the illustrations look almost like photographs, and many others are very different from the real building, or don’t look like a building at all, but in every image we tried to tell two stories: the project, and what made that project special for us.’

 

see a selection from estudio extramuros’ ‘100 days project’ below, and the full set of images here


gas station, arne jacobsen | day #35 


takasugi-an, terunobu fujimori | day #48

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yusuhara wooden bridge museum, kengo kuma | day #16

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maison tropicale, jean prouvé | day #25

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bruder klaus chapel, peter zumthor | day #31

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santa maría church, álvaro siza | day #29

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experimental house, alvar aalto | day #03

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parc de la villette, bernard tschumi | day #30


playgrounds, aldo van eyck | day #64


kiosk pius xii, ricardo flores & eva prats | day #40


casa malaparte, adalberto libera & curzio malaparte | day #33


grooming retreat, gartnerfuglen & mariana de delás | day #61


spiral jetty, robert smithson | day #36


ciudad blanca, francisco javier sáenz de oiza | day #15 


pedestrian bridge, joão luís carrilho da graça | day #22

 

 

designboom has received this project from our ‘DIY submissions feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their own work for publication. see more project submissions from our readers here.

 

edited by: nina azzarello | designboom

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