Rendered Versions of Lost Frank Lloyd Wright Designs

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 …

3D Renderings of Houses Drawn by Kids

When asked to draw the “home of the future,” a group of British children unleashed their imaginations, incorporating everything from sails to rope ladders and even pyramidal architecture. As Atlas Obscura points out, these homes represent more than whimsy and “also reflect what a child thinks of as a home and how they see the world they’re inheriting.” Many are almost unreachable and one contains …