Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina released a new series of posters titled Archiplan, which dissects the plans of great architects seen as labyrinths from above. The plans are formulas that organizes a space, build a volume and define distances. His work explores the language of architects like Zaha Hadid, Le Corbusier, Frank Gehry and many more, through 25 compositions that he made more abstract and dynamic.