And Minini illustrates world iconic buildings


With a plain black backdrop , the white wire-like wrapping around the different contours , the design features of each building is revealed  with more subtle detail. This unveiling is the work of Italian designers and illustrator Andrea Minini . Who after graduating the school of  Design at Politecnico di Milano in 2004 stayed in Negera where he practices. 
His latest project draw focus to  iconic buildings  around the world and the architects behind them . His illustration aim to pour out out the design element they have hidden. The project feature old icons such as the falling Waters in Pennsylvania ( Designed by Frank Lloyd wright ) to newer features Heydar Aliyev Centre  (Zaha Hadid ) and Frank Owen Gehry deconstructivism in the Disney concert hall.
” I’ve been commissioned to create 13 architectural illustrations reproducing some super renowned buildings around the world”
Some of his other works could be found here on his Fmedia display.
Heydar Aliyev Centre – Arch: Zaha Hadid
Millau Viaduct – Arch: Norman Foster
Sydney Opera House – Arch: Jørn Utzon
The Dominion Building – Arch: Zaha Hadid
Beijing National Stadium (bird’s nest) – Arch: Herzog & de Meuron
Louvre Pyramid – Arch: Ieoh Ming Pei
Marina Bay Sands – Arch: Moshe Safdie
Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao) – Arch: Frank Gehry
 Burj Khalifa – Arch: Adrian Smith, Marshall Strabala, George J. Efstathiou, William F. Baker
Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center – Arch: Renzo Piano
Kaufmann Residence (Fallingwater House) – Arch: Frank Lloyd Wright
Guggenheim Museum (NYC) – Arch: Frank Lloyd Wright
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