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Shape-Shifting Building GIFs

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You can often imagine some buildings taking on a life of their own; we often imagine the Gherkin lifting off into space. Maybe that's just us.

But it appears another artist shares our vision, as Axel de Stampa has created this fantastic series of moving building GIFs. Included amongst his collection is Emerson College in Los Angeles, the Memory Museum in Santiago, Spain and the Zollverein School in Essen, Germany.

Click here to view the whole series, entitled 'Architecture Animée' and part of the 1 Week 1 Project campaign.

(Images: Axel de Stampa/Iwan Baan/Luis Garcia/Nicolas Saieh/Tom Arban)

[via Gizmodo]

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