Federico Babina continues to roll out his architecture inspired interpretations of cinema, this time with a series of set elevations he’s calling ARCHISET. Each examples features a rectangular cutaway of a famous film, often pulling elements from multiple scenes to create one image. They are all entertaining, but like movies themselves, there are a few standouts.
His piece for 2001: A Space Odyssey is perticulary entertaining, working in the interior of the spaceship Discovery One, the notorious computer HAL, and the Louis XVI-style bedroom at the films conclusion. His rendition of Clockwork Orange is similarly interesting, this time focusing on one set – the house of F. Alexander and the infamous location of the ultra-violence Singing in the Rain scene. You can see the entire set of images at federicobabina.com.