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ArchiPaper: An Enchanting Movie About an Architect and His Project

Telling the story of a project has never been so wondrous.

Nathaniel Bahadursingh Nathaniel Bahadursingh

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A unique and fantastical way of expressing architecture has been developed by Rafał Barnaś through his upcoming movie, “ArchiPaper: A Surrealist Story About Architecture”. “ArchiPaper” presents an abstract world built out of moving paper cutouts.

It will tell the story of Polish Farm, a unique house currently under construction designed by Barnaś’ brother, who is an architect and the founder of BXB Studio. Through a combination of digital animation and photographs of a physical model of the house, Barnaś was able to bring the project to life and tell a surrealist story about architecture.

Physical models of Polish Farm used as the basis of the film; image via ronenbekerman.com

Rafał Barnaś is the owner of Unique Vision Studio, a company that specializes in audiovisual arts, architectural visualization, animation, and filmmaking. He was, thus, able to utilize his expertise to enliven his brother’s physical models and create this paper world that teems with life.

“ArchiPaper” is Barnaś’ attempt at using an alternative means of expression in describing architecture. Through its unconventionality, the film appears refreshing and immersive in how it communicates the delicate work of an architect and their project.

Barnaś’ film is set for release later this year.

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