Floor Plans From Classic Movies Imagined as Vintage Film Posters

Floor Plans From Classic Movies Imagined as Vintage Film PostersImage via Federico Babina

Barcelona-based architect and graphic designer Federico Babina continues to furiously combine his two passions into spectacularly creative works (check out his awesome architecture-inspired alphabet here). His most recent accomplishment, entitled “Archiset,” is a series of movie posters that fuse architecturally iconic scenes from each film into one image, creating a comprehensive visual package of each flick. For some of the movie posters, such as 2001: A Space Odyssey, Babina selected three different but notorious environments and connected them to create a single image. Other posters, such as Star Wars, are less bifurcated but still convey essential scenes.

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