ArchiPaper is an animated film that aims to tell a surrealist story about architecture



Rafał Barnaś has created “an abstract world built solely out of paper” for his upcoming movie, which aims to create a unconventional narrative about a house in Poland.

Named ArchiPaper: A surrealist story about architecture, the animation aims to tell the story of a house in an alternative way to standard films and photography.

“My goal was to try a new way of telling about architecture,” said Barnaś, who runs audiovisual and architectural visualisation studio Unique Vision Studio. “The film is a huge aesthetic experiment and my tribute to architecture,” he told Dezeen.

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