Filip Dujardin creates architecture of the mind in his fantastical series "Fictions". Unhindered by practical considerations, or even gravity, he is free to explore new extremes of modernism far and beyond the inklings of a Frank Lloyd Wright daydream - because his buildings only exist in the images he creates.
Filip Dujardin often will start off with an idea for an imaginary building, then make a cardboard maquette or 3-d computer model before setting out to find buildings to photograph and use as raw materials for his final Photoshop creation. Dujardin lives in Belgium, and he often has used buildings from his hometown of Ghent as the basis of his new, remained structures.
Because Dujardin's work exists somewhere between reality and fiction, there are wonderfully creative ideas in his work that suggest fresh avenues of inspiration for architects.
A link to Filip Dujardin's site is below.