Parisian illustrator & graphic designer, Marie-Laure Cruschi, crafted an amazing set of cabin illustration for Philip Jodidio upcoming book Cabins published by Taschen. The subject alone strikes a hard chord for me as I’m fascinated by cabin design, and with 61 of these in this book accompanied by gorgeous illustrations, it looks like a real gem! Looking forward to get it.
Wouldn’t it be great to get image plans looking like that! though… these probably take considerable amount of time to craft.
For nearly five months I have had the great pleasure to work with Taschen on achieving more than sixty opening chapter illustrations, drawings and symbols for this new collection of architecture. Cabins title, the book aims to provide a journey to discover more than sixty huts worldwide. This was one of the largest orders of illustration that was entrusted with me to this day. A great experience and a great challenge, in which I could develop my sensitivity to color and light
Here’s a couple of them from the book…
And some actual cabin photos… a few out of the 61 covered in the book.
Here’s a gallery of several cabin illustrations.
And also simpler ones as icons for each cabin…
This work went into my Architectural Presentation board on Pinterest. I invite you to follow me and see what other great things I’ve curated there for some time now.