Spanish architect David Romero turned to 3D-rendering software to finish some of the 600+ documented ideas that Frank Lloyd Wright left behind. While many of Lloyd Wright’s projects reached the ideation stage during his lifetime, the ones left unbuilt are just as remarkable—even though most of them are simply aerial drawings. Taking into account the surrounding scapes of the once-potential projects, Romero “builds” these designs from street-view up. A true feat of modern technology, the renderings are indistinguishable from real-life photographs. Head over to CityLab to see shots of the Gordon Strong Automobile Objective, Butterfly Wing Bridge, Roy Wetmore Car Repair and Showroom and more.