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Milan Modern Architecture: Adrian Labaut changes Milan architectural landscapes

Milan Architectural landscapes are like melodies! Adrian Labaut Hernandez described Milan as a city exposed to high architecture values, and that can be turned into fantastic Milan Modern Architecture monuments!

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Adrian labaut hernandez presents an alternate Milan Modern architecture landscape that pits itself against the conventional city composed of individually designed structures. The project simplifies the urban pattern, creating an environment focusing on pure forms that contain maximum space and non-existent personal taste.

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Each illustration is presented against an aged backdrop, showcasing the possibility of an abstract, homogenous future.

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Continuing his ‘alternate Milan modern architecture landscape’ series adrian labaut herandez pictures the future of milan. herandez describes the work as, ‘a city absorbed in its will for development, exposed to the omission of the real values of architecture, replaced for the rapid ‘resolution’ of the present issues.’ As in the original works, each illustration is presented against a current backdrop of its setting.