The Fantastically Sculptural Architecture Of Cyril Lancelin

Fantasy houses require architects of imagination and courage, which, apparently, is a large number of French architect Cyril Lanselin.

A young architect likes to blast simple motifs, such as spheres or arches, to ridiculously large proportions before untying them to cover their houses, similar to pavilions. Practical? Perhaps not always; But fun? Most likely. Sometimes architecture needs it.
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