Architect Víctor Enrich takes on his city's staid aesthetic with creative deconstruction.

“I think Munich is a beautiful city – you see that it has a rich past and that the quality of life here is good, but I do think there’s a slight lack of magic. Everything is almost too in order.” According to Departures International magazine, that's the inspiration that led artist and 3D visualizer Víctor Enrich to wreak mirthful havoc on a series of Munich buildings. Having spent several years doing renderings and then attending architecture school until the financial crisis, the Barcelona-born Enrich, who has also spent time in Latvia and Tel Aviv but currently lives in the city whose buildings he twists, spents around a month making highly detailed 3D models of each building before improvising his re-interpretations.

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