When Architecture and Halloween Come Together, Cool Things Happen…

OCAD University’s Sharp Centre for Design – Will Alsop by Rob Shostak

First off, HAPPY HALLOWEEN from The PractitioNERD! I hope that you have fun, stay safe, and enjoy the costume parties and trick-or-treating! Now, the common route people take when deciding a Halloween costume is selecting one that aligns with their interests.  Some people point toward their professions, so in the case of architects and those in the design-build profession, this often results in elaborate contructions of elaborate costume pieces resembling buildings and other structures. Thanks to a recent poll by the folks over at ArchDaily, their readers from around the world submitted their architecture-themed costumes.

Rivergate Tower in Tampa by Patrick Thorpe
Tracing Paper with Sketches by Luana Rôla
Chrysler Building by Jason Molina
Toronto City Hall by Rob Shostak
Greek Temple by Thiciene Cintra
Le Corbusier by Paula Rodrigues
Empire State Building and King Kong – by Daniel Kidd and Bjarke Ingels
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