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When architect Isidro Blasco visits a new city, he climbs the highest building to document the urban sprawl below. The result? Sculptures that imagine cities as their own unique worlds.
Entitled ‘Planets’, the series of sculptures depict places like Sydney, Shanghai, and Sao Paulo as miniature heavenly bodies. Assembled from hundreds of photos, the 360-degree compositions make us reflect on how we see and understand our surroundings.
‘My work recreates the architectural space of the whole or a particular section of the build space according to a subjective perception of this environment’, he said. ‘Only from one specific point, that is the point from which the images were shot, can we see and recognize the architectural elements the w…