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A Japanese Air in Venice

A Japanese Air in Venice by Faye and Gina. A digital broadsheet newspaper about the work of the architecture student Sungju Lim

Photo courtesy of Collectif Blanc

 A Japanese Air in Venice (subtitled "The Story of a Beautiful Collision") explores the intersection of two distinct styles of architecture, as seen through the work of architecture student Sungju Lim.

Last year Lim staged a temporary architecture installation in Venice, Italy, inspired by the style and philosophy of self-taught Japanese architect Tadao Ando (who most recently designed Venice's beautiful Punta della Dogana Museum, in 2009.)

A Japanese Air in Venice by Faye and Gina. A digital broadsheet newspaper about the work of the architecture student Sungju Lim

The digital broadsheet newspaper is laid out like a work journal, with sketches, photographic studies, and notes in French and Japanese.

The newspaper was designed by Paris-based creative studio Faye & Gina, AKA Rocio Ortiz and Helena Kadji.

A Japanese Air in Venice by Faye and Gina. A digital broadsheet newspaper about the work of the architecture student Sungju Lim

Kadji tells us: "We discovered Newspaper Club two years ago and found the concept easy and fun. Everything worked out very good, and the delivery was fast. We were very happy."

A Japanese Air in Venice by Faye and Gina. A digital broadsheet newspaper about the work of the architecture student Sungju Lim

The publication was included in Collective Blanc's wonderful Newspaper Edition exhibition last year.

A few copies of the newspaper are still available – request a copy of A Japanese Air in Venice by writing to fayeandgina@gmail.com.

Learn more about our digital broadsheet newspapers. Our biggest format makes a big impression. Great for pull-outs, posters, and portfolios.

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