16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture

Federico Babina decided to create a unique project titled Archiatric, in order to illustrate 16 different mental disorders and illnesses as works of architecture.

An animated video uploaded on the Barcelona-based digital artist's YouTube page further describes the purpose of the images.

Babina is known for architecture-inspired work, using a unique geometric style that is clearly influenced by cubism. His designs are often surreal and also humorous.

More info: Federico Babina, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram


#1 Anxiety

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Anxiety

#2 Depression

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Depression

#3 Insomnia

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Insomnia

#4 Dementia

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Dementia

#5 Schizophrenia

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Schizophrenia

#6 Ocd

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Ocd

#7 Autism

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Autism

#8 Alzheimer

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Alzheimer

#9 Bipolar

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Bipolar

#10 Phobias

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Phobias

#11 Paranoia

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Paranoia

#12 Dyslexia

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Dyslexia

#13 Eating Disorder

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Eating Disorder

#14 Dissociative Disorders

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Dissociative Disorders

#15 Gender Disorder

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Gender Disorder

#16 Narcolepsy

16 Mental Disorders Illustrated Through Architecture - Narcolepsy

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  1. Maybe I'm too right brained and technical, but I am not seeing it. As one who has bi polar 2, that didn't make sense, then again, none of them did. Though I truly appreciate most art, this seemed like it was simple to explain things that are very complicated, I wasn't getting it.

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