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Three of a Kind
Architecture Portfolio Book


Three of a Kind is a playful, fictional architecture portfolio prototype with a focus on the smart use of paper and binding technique. It was designed during a three-day workshop at the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, Germany, under the guidance of the Amsterdam-based graphic design studio Haller Brun. As a documentation of three architecture projects in the area of Bressanone in Italy, it shows the buildings from the perspectives of their architects Sandy Attia and Matteo Scagnol, fashion photographer Marco Pietracupa and architecture critic Hans Ibelings.

Digital print on Munken Pure, 150 g/m2 Inkjet on photographic paper, 150 g/m2 316 x 221 mm 84 pages, layflat binding

Layout: Nina Faulhaber & Stephan Bovenschen

Text, Blueprints and Photography: Hans Ibelings, MoDus Architects, Marco Pietracupa

The original book was designed by Haller Brun
Many thanks to Haller Brun, MoDus Architects, Marco Pietracupa and Hans Ibeling

Category:
Editorial
Book Design

Year:
2019




︎

Three of a Kind
Architecture Portfolio Book


Three of a Kind is a playful, fictional architecture portfolio prototype with a focus on the smart use of paper and binding technique. It was designed during a three-day workshop at the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, Germany, under the guidance of the Amsterdam-based graphic design studio Haller Brun. As a documentation of three architecture projects in the area of Bressanone in Italy, it shows the buildings from the perspectives of their architects Sandy Attia and Matteo Scagnol, fashion photographer Marco Pietracupa and architecture critic Hans Ibelings.

Digital print on Munken Pure, 150 g/m2
Inkjet on photographic paper, 150 g/m2 316 x 221 mm
84 pages, layflat binding

Layout: Nina Faulhaber & Stephan Bovenschen

Text, Blueprints and Photography: Hans Ibelings, MoDus Architects, Marco Pietracupa
The original book was designed by Haller Brun
Many thanks to Haller Brun, MoDus Architects, Marco Pietracupa and Hans Ibeling

Category
Editorial, Book Design

Year:
2019