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The Fabian Busdraghi 'Infinite Palaces and Buildings' Series

 - Sep 24, 2010   Updated: Jun 13 2011
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This monumental project by Fabian Busdraghi tells a few tall tales. Entitled 'Infinite Palaces and Buildings,' the project involves photos of a building's windows stacked on top of one another to exaggerate height.

Fabian Busdraghi also plays with architecture as he mixes old and new styles to create these mega-buildings. The actual prints of the Fabian Busdraghi project average at about 10 meters wide.

Implications - With the growth of the modern industry and expanding cities all over the world, skyscraping architecture is everywhere. In the consumer and global view, building height and physical appearance are directly associated the success margin of a given corporation. As a result, companies are seeking to expand their offices in both original aesthetic and size to reflect a more powerful and successful story.