Designers use the traditional narratives as a foundation for works that show the storytelling power of architecture

Architects went from building storeys to stories in a recent competition that challenged them to tell a fairy tale. Blank space, an online architecture platform, launched the first architecture storytelling competition in the world, asking designers to create narratives through text and graphics.

24 winning entries were selected from over 300 submissions and have been compiled in Blank Space’s first book, Fairy Tales: When Architecture Tells A Story. Featuring text-based stories with stunning imagery, the book contains all sorts of takes on the fairy tale theme.

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