From the Spanish artist that brought you a series of fantastical concepts for disaster-resistant architecture comes another equally baffling collection of architectural visualizations. "Trans-Actions," Dionisio González's latest set, involves bewildering geometric structures that probe the line between inhabitable modern spaces and forgotten ruins.
Like other surreal architectural compositions, these also seem bonkers but believable (do we spy an extreme versions of homes that spin out in multiple directions?) Anyway, Designboom has the full set.
· Dionisio González Projects Surreal Architectural Visions in Nature [Designboom]
· Disaster Resistance and Surrealism Make Strange Bedfellows [Curbed]
· These Montages of Surreal Homes Paint a Bizarre New World [Curbed]
· Surreal, Minimalist Cityscapes Too Sublime for This World [Curbed]