Architecture Fiction

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Founded in 2010, in New Orleans, The Hypothetical Development Organization, creates fictional futures for vacant, abandoned buildings or “implausible futures for unpopular places.”

To learn more about this visual urban storytelling and the idea of architecture fiction head over to this essay.

“The moment that interests me most, I suppose, would be the random passerby who suddenly notices that building he or she has walked past a hundred times, just because there’s this sign on it, this arrestingly uncanny sign that tells a story that’s blatantly and intentionally absurd.”

(Via Book Bench)


Lisa Dusenbery is the former managing editor of The Rumpus. More from this author →