Mecanoo’s Architecture Turned Into Visual Patterns

A pattern poster series created by Giuseppe Gallo as a tribute to the work of Mecanoo Architects.

Giuseppe Gallo is a graphic designer and creative director of Mirabilia, a communication design studio located in Palermo, Italy.

He recently developed a collection of nine posters to illustrate the use of patterns as an architectural design element. To do that, he transformed different famous buildings by Mecanoo Architects into visual patterns. With this series, Giuseppe Gallo wants to show us the relationship between Architecture and Graphic Design. Even with different purpose, they share lots of approaches and instruments.

You can download the whole collection for free as high resolution PDF files on: www.mirabiliaweb.net

With this poster series, Giuseppe Gallo turns Mecanoo's designs into visual patterns.
With this poster series, Giuseppe Gallo turns Mecanoo’s designs into visual patterns. The collection includes graphical interpretations of the following buildings: The Library of Birmingham (Birmingham, UK); Kaap Skil, Maritime and Beachcombers Museum (Texel, The Netherlands); Rabat Agdal Train Station (Rabat, Morocco); La Llotja Theatre and Conference Centre (Lleida, Spain); Three Cultural centres and One Book Mall (Shenzhen, China); Home Arts Centre (Manchester, UK); Netherlands Open Air Museum (Arnhem, The Netherlands); Hilton Amsterdam (Schiphol, The Netherlands); Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building (Boston, USA).
Home Manchester – Graphic design by Giuseppe Gallo, creative director of studio Mirabilia.
Home Manchester – Graphic design by Giuseppe Gallo, creative director of studio Mirabilia.
Bolling Municipal Building – graphic artwork created by Giuseppe Gallo as a tribute to the architectural design by Mecanoo.
Bolling Municipal Building – graphic artwork created by Giuseppe Gallo as a tribute to the architectural design by Mecanoo.
Hilton Amsterdam – this poster visualizes the use of pattern in architecture.
Hilton Amsterdam – this poster visualizes the use of pattern in architecture.

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