Designer Amaory B. Portorreal created architectural illustrations inspired by Kanye West's discography. Works like this are not new, like the illustrations inspired by the directors, or by the mental disorders created by Federico Banina, but they continue to fascinate. The designer thought of this project when in May Kanye West announced his adventure with Yeezy Home in the world of architecture. The part that interests me most is to see how the artist perceives the title of each album, and how these take shape in the form of houses. Amaory decided to proceed in chronological order, starting with The College Dropout, 2004 album, ending with the last Kids See Ghosts.