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piq Psykopaint Les Bains The designer of this FontStruction has chosen not to make it available for download from this website by choosing an “All Rights Reserved" license. Please respect their decision and desist from requesting license changes in the comments. If you would like to use the FontStruction for a specific project, you may be able to contact the designer directly about obtaining a license. Copy the HTML from the box below and paste it into your website or blog. Hide HTML Creative Dismantling exploding hospital pictures by espai MGR A disused hospital building in Valencia explodes and shifts into new configurations in this series of manipulated photographs by Spanish studio espai MGR (+ slideshow + movie). Led by espai MGR, the architects manipulated photographs of the former Hospital Universitario La Fe to draw attention to the need for "urban recycling" to revive empty buildings. "Nothing is unrelated in a city. To empty a building and leave a black spot in the city is something that somehow also affects the closest environment," architects Manuel López and Bernat Ivars told Dezeen. "We wanted to show a building that evolves parallel to a society more and more aware of the importance of urban recycling," they added. "A building able to be restructured and to change in order to house new functions without needing to be demolished and rebuilt."

Architectural Absurdities by Tom Ngo Toronto-based illustrator Tom Ngo has updated his drawing series of "architectural absurdities" with additions including a building made of stairs and an impossible lighthouse. Above and top: Dim House (2012) - "a depiction of a blind building, as it has no windows on its dormers" Building on the themes of his first sketches from 2009, Tom Ngo imagines fantastical structures that reinterpret the architectural vocabulary of common building typologies. Above: Minotaur (2013) - "a building of a maze of stairs" One image shows a house-like structure that appears to stretch in every direction, while another depicts a gothic shelter with a collection of houses contained inside. Above: Haunt of Limbs (2013) - "this building expands upon itself, each extended piece creates duplicates parts of the whole"

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