The Imaginary Architecture Collection Houses Some Amazing Talent

By: Alex Scott - Published: Mar 17, 2010 • References: eugstudio & dezeen
There are a few forms of art that never fail to blow me away: ice sculptures, sand sculptures and blown glass. When you see those giant pieces of blown glass hanging in a hotel lobby or casino, it hurts your brain to figure out just how they created those. The Imaginary Architecture Collection contains some of those mind-blowing pieces.

Created by Spanish designers El Ulitmo Grito, the Imaginary Architecture Collection features an array of tubes and bubbles, each one representative of different building characteristics.

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