Poznań-based creative design studio Zupagrafika (previously featured here) has recently created the ‘Paris Brut’ project, a collection of illustrated paper blocks portraying brutalist architecture of Paris from late 1950s-1970s.
The series features buildings scattered around the City of Paris` arrondissements and consists of six illustrated models to assemble: Orgues de Flandre, Les Choux de Créteil, Cité Curial-Michelet, Cité des 4000, Centre National de la Danse and Plan Voisin interpretation.
The project pays special tribute to those unfulfilled modernist ideas with a free recreation of Le Corbusier`s 1925 Plan Voisin.
The ‘Paris Brut’ set is entirely eco-friendly. It is printed on recycled paper and cardboard and includes a short technical note on the architects, year of construction and exact location of each building.