A series of images about CITYSCAPES Horizontal: Sandro Santioli seems to reinforce this point, demonstrating this through a virtual kaleidoscope. Everything is on view up close. The city's assorted blueprints appear to have been compressed and through this optical compression, any suggestion of context that may have existed previously momentarily vanishes.  An array of multicolored buildings, all kore or less symmetrical, seem to go on in an apparently never-ending series to the casual observer. Only the most observant are able to truly see. You could go one step further to say that a large portion of Santioli's architectural imagery is a play on the theme of identifying a hidden "twin element" in what might ordinarily appear to be insignificant or even irrelevant detail in a scene.