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Architecture and Urban Graphics in London. The city becomes an open-air gallery

For Adam Nathaniel Furman the city around us is the largest gallery in the world, of life, of materials, of compositions. He creates an urban graphic composition inviting us to "look up and look down". Look Down To Look Up

According to Adam Nathaniel Furman the city around us is the largest gallery in the world, of life, of materials, of compositions, and our buildings offer endless pleasure, as protagonists in that great permanent exhibition, we just have to look at them

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From banal to grand, from nostalgic to modern and futuristic, from utilitarian and industrial to flashy and commercial, Croydon's architecture is a delight to behold. Taking this idea, Look Down To Look Up takes architecture specific to Croydon and transforms it into fun patterns, colours and shapes. Walking down the streets and looking down, tickling the passerby, for a new perspective on the city

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Two types of buildings were used to generate "graphical models" for intersections. The everyday architecture, of the type Croydon is full of robust Victorian facades that are highlighted by colours and graphic shapes, celebrating them as everyday icons, elevating them to the status of objects to be contemplated

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Croydon is famous for his space-age modernist architecture, his two Seifert and his other palaces, which thrilled generations of children, seemed to have slipped into South London from another dimension. These iconic buildings are celebrated in this urban work, transformed into fun schemes to crush them as you walk through them

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