Architectural Mashups

Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin combines photos of wildly different buildings into new constructions of impossible architecture.

Belgian photographer Filip Dujardin makes images of unexpected buildings – that is, he "combines photographs of parts of buildings into new, fictional, architectonic structures," Mark Magazine explains.

The resulting projects look like old factory sites in the American rust belt – Mark describes them as "informal and often dilapidated structures with unspecified functions"

Filip Dujardin

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