Photos of the day The sun sets on Manhattan’s skyline, Sept. 1, 2011. (Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images)
Where were you on 9/11? As part of our series remembering that fateful day and recognizing how the world changed in the days, weeks and years that followed, the Post wants to know where you were on September 11, 2001.
Folded-paper interiors: Art wow German artist Simon Schubert may have found a way to revolutionize the art of architectural rendering. Over the years, as technology has improved, the preferred art form has changed: We’ve gone from blueprints and pencil art to watercolour art and on to computer graphics and video animation. And seeing this art, I’d make the case that stepping back from high-tech might be the way for some builders to go.
Using hand-crafted slow-lane art may not work for the marketing plan for a hyper-urban condo, but it could be an intriguing way for a custom builder to present a luxury, one-off home to, say, a Lorne Park or Bridle Path buyer.
To achieve this effect, the 35-year-old Cologne-based Schubert painstakingly folds the paper to create the lines and shading. See more of Schubert’s work here.)