A printed publication is like a city: slender high-rise blocks of text in a magazine, a dense web of residential buildings in classical literature, colorful constructions made of text and illustrations in children's books.
Participants will compare different types of text with the city and individual letters with architectural elements. How is rhythm built within a text and on the facade of a house? What do the cornices, porticos, and columns of a building and the various fonts on one page have in common? During the practical part of the workshop, each participant will create their own small architectural book, inside which buildings will be built from letters and text.