Architectural poetry. This is one of those brought up from the original plans for the Never Never Land house which the architect Andrés Jaque planned and built in San José (Ibiza), between 2008 and 2009. It was the project that brought him international fame and for which he was runner-up at the FAD design awards of 2010. This is the first graphic art of this creator, an almost unique piece, poetic and hedonistic, of a construction that already forms part of 21st century european architectural history. The piece, in limited edition, is accompanied by a booklet created by the Jaque's studio, in which the project is explained and includes real images of the house.
Digital prints using pigmented inks on Zerkall Litho paper 240 g.
Size: 75 x 46 cm.
Series of 20 units signed by the artist.