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Victor Enrich's City Portraits: Move Over, Koolhaas?

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Like the products of an architect’s fever-dreams, the buildings in Victor Enrich’s city portraits morph and strain and sprout new wings that defy logic and gravity. His 3-D illustrations transform cityscapes from familiar boxiness into something distorted and slightly giddy. Yet when one considers some of the outlandish real-world structures that have sprung from the imaginations of big-name designers like Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas, and Santiago Calatrava, perhaps former architecture student Enrich (with a well-connected and -caffeinated publicist and a budget, of course) could be the next urban design visionary?

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See more of Victor Enrich’s City Portraits (available for purchase from the artist) at VictorEnrich.com.

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Ann Shields is a senior digital editor at Travel + Leisure.

All photos: ©Victor Enrich

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