The Complex Worlds of Vasco Mourão

Illustrator Vasco Mourão creates incredibly imaginative drawings of subterranean cities, dirigible homes, and cliff-side housing. Life Without Buildings is of the opinion that these are the typologies architects really should be focusing on. Odd and distopic, his drawings are reminiscent of a looser, more whimsical Piranesi etching. Although I think it’d be nice to see some variation in line weights, one has to admire the detail and hypnotic density of each piece. Check out his blog for more. Continue reading “The Complex Worlds of Vasco Mourão”