Maybe you have been waiting patiently for years on the arrival of a graphic novel that explores the concepts of urbanism and the tenets of modern architecture. Maybe you just like having your mind blown by high-concept manga-style storytelling. In either case Citizens of No Place by Jimenez Lai would like to be your cup of tea.
An architect by trade, Lai used the theoretical sketches by paper architects as a springboard for an alluring way at exploring not just his craft, but the nature of criticism as well. Fiction and creation swirling together in a pretty alluring package, despite the lack of scantily clad villainesses. Pick it up on Amazon.
- Source: Arch Daily