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In early May, Kanye West announced that his YEEZY label would go into architecture. Fast forward a month and it looks like West has kept his promise with a social housing project that will fall under the brand’s YEEZY Home architecture arm.
Designed and constructed in collaboration with Petra Kustrin, Jalil Peraza, Nejc Škufca, and Vadik Marmeladov, the low-income housing scheme is made using prefabricated concrete and looks to be perfectly on trend with its mixture of brutalist and minimalist design cues.
The aesthetic is similar to that seen in our report on YEEZY HQ in Calabasas, California. Flip through the images above, courtesy of Jalil Peraza, and leave your thoughts in the comments.
Low income housing scheme, made of prefabricated concrete in collaboration with Petra Kustrin, Jalil Peraza, Kanye West, Nejc Skufca and Vadik Marmeladov
In other Kanye West news, ’Ye sold $500,000 worth of “Wyoming” merch in 30 minutes. Read more on that here.