Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin has created a series of “photographs” of sometimes seemingly plausible, but totally fictional, buildings. I would love to own one of these, but since the Metropolitan Museum of Art bought two of his pieces, it is unlikely I could ever afford to do so.
|This is the one I mots covet. I could stare at it for hours.|
|Minus the cantilevered portion, this makes me think of a building in Tuscany south of Siena.|
|Moshe Safdie with a little Ralph Rapson thrown in for good measure.|
|I think I walked down this street.|
|My first thought was Hugh Newell Jacobson, but perhaps more likely to be H&dM again.|
|Perhaps Richard Rogers’ Lloyds of London building?|