Light has been an important part of art for centuries, but in the work of the masterful James Turrell, light is the very essence of the art itself.
Nature meets architecture in the recently opened exhibition, ‘Sticks and Stones, an intervention’, by British architect David Chipperfield.
Bernado Bader Architects are pro’s at talking simplicity and connecting to the surrounding environment. We saw it with the Austrian Contemporary Barn and we’re seeing it again with Haus Fontanella.
Built on an historic freight rail line, the New York City High Line is a public park elevated above the bustling streets of Manhattan’s West Side, and last month marked the completion of its third and final phase.
We almost fell off our chair when we stumbled across these illustrations by Federico Babina.
The London Design Festival kicks off this week. The city of London has been celebrating the design industry’s greatest thinkers, practitioners, educators and retailers for over ten years now. With over 300 events and exhibitions, the highly anticipated festival is without doubt one of the world’s most important annual design events.
Bright blocks of colour and pops of pastel are creating a bold statement from artist Krijn de Koning, who we’ve found is putting his own unique mark on architecture and the environment.
Captured by the brightly coloured components we were instantly intrigued by this installation Poly. Designed for the second iteration of annual architecture initiative Fugitive Structures, Poly is a super cool and very effective demonstration of the value in prefabrication, designed by Archer Breakspear.
The Kaleidoscope as we know it is a small round tube that creates a visual wonderland of colours shapes and illusions, but Saya Miyazaki and Masakazu Shirane have recreated that in psychedelic life-size installation.
Bringing the indoors out and the outdoors in isn’t always an easy feat, but AR Arquitetos have conquered the seamless transition in this Sao Paulo artists studio.