Alongside these joyous cards was a more apocalyptic take on Christmas from British architect Piers Taylor tiled The Raft of Plague Island (below).
The image, a hack of Théodore Géricault’s iconic painting The Raft of the Medusa, features British prime minister Boris Johnson and his former chief adviser Dominic Cummings among shipwrecked sailors on a storm-tossed raft bearing a Union Jack sail.
“The only real surprise is that most British people seem to be saying ‘two sugars please’, Instagramming pictures of their Christmas tree and sending out cards of cosy winter scenes, not seeming to give two hoots that the UK is fatally holed, adrift, and alone.”
“There is indeed no future in England’s dreaming, and there never was. We’re f*cked. Happy Christmas!” he continued.
Read on for this year’s best cards for architects and designers:
Archer + Braun middle
Annabelle Tugby Architects
Pardini Hall Architecture
Made By Choice
Mobile Studio and Studio C102
Susanna Cots & The Eleven House
The post Christmas cards by architects and designers for 2020 include uplifting and apocalyptic messages appeared first on Dezeen.