Architecture of No. 6 : Points of interest Pt. 2

TGIF everyone! ūüôā Today, marks the final last post of my¬†No. 6¬†series (sorry Taku!). If this is your first time here you can check out previous posts on No. 6:¬†The City of No. 6,¬†The Homes and Gardens of No. 6, and¬†Architecture of No. 6 : Points of Interest &¬†Outside the Walls of No. 6

Today’s post looks at two more spots that I have apparently missed throughout this series.

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Outside the Walls of No. 6

TGIF everyone! ūüôā Today, marks the second to last post of my¬†No. 6¬†series. If this is your first time here you can check out previous posts on No. 6:¬†The City of No. 6,¬†The Homes and Gardens of No. 6, and¬†Architecture of No. 6 : Points of Interest.

All of these posts featured the Utopia that is No. 6. Today’s post looks at what the world looks outside of utopia. What kind of world is just beyond the wall? (That sounds so Attack on Titan-esque) Continue reading “Outside the Walls of No. 6”

Architecture of No. 6 : Points of Interest

Welcome back to Fantasy Friday! Continuing with the theme of No. 6, I’m featuring some other points of architectural interests from the show. The building’s featured this week vary in their function. While a few of them are considered civic public spaces, there are a few more private ones!

And if you missed out previous Fantasy Friday features of No. 6, you can check out the posts I did about the The City of No. 6 and The Homes and Gardens of No. 6.

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[Archi-Anime Anecdotes]: Anime Architecture Exhibit

Hello fellow anibloggers and friends!¬† I have a special piece of news/anecdote for you this week! Since I decided to do this new segment, I’ve been diving back into the world of architecture and found this little gem.

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In August,¬†London’s¬†The House of Illustration, launched an exhibit called Anime Architecture, in which art from famous Anime films is on display. Films like Akira and Ghost in the Shell are featured in this exhibit. Art done by Takashi Watabe, Mamoru Oshii¬†and Atsushi Takeuchi are also¬†featured in the gallery.¬†The exhibit was until September 10, 2017. Damn, this post came a bit late. I had meant to publish this sooner, but you know…life…

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