Davide d’elia - Tiffany blue boat like space filled installation

davide d’elia (The Jealous Curator)

1A class at SCI-Arc recently completed an installation for the main entrance using laminar flow. Professors: Andy ku, Jenny Wu, Marcos Sanchez.

class at SCI-Arc recently completed an installation for the main entrance using laminar flow by Professors: Andy ku, Jenny Wu, Marcos Sanchez.

Spanish Artists Use Old Tires To Create Wall Art

Spanish Artists Use Old Tires To Create Wall Art / RIen est a jeté, tout sert, l'art et limagination est notre arme

L’architecte japonais Sou Fujimoto vient de réaliser cette installation composée de cubes d’aluminium de différentes tailles, dont certains servent de réceptacles à des arbres.

Installation par Sou Fujimoto

mymodernmet: “ Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto was recently commissioned by Paris-based art gallery Philippe Gravier to produce this beautifully innovative installation for the FIAC art fair in Paris’.

A white cave made with 100,000 metres of fabric stripes ARCHITECTURE                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Snarkitecture for COS in Milan

Kjellander + Sjöberg Forest of Venice installation at the Venice Architectural Biennale 2016

Forests of Venice pavilion offers retreat from Biennale crowds

HARUKA KOJIN, CONTACT LENS 2011: "2 types of lenses are used, one completely flat and clear and the other with a warped surface to create interconnected circles of varying sizes. as the light travels through the acrylic, the images on the other side are flipped and contorted."

Haruka Kojin, Contact Lens 2011 w f lenses, 1 completely flat & clear & th other w warped surface 2 create interconnected circles f varying sizes. As th light travels through th acrylic, th images on th other side are flipped & contorted

Designed for the “Mutant Architecture and Design” presentation by interiors magazine Interni at Milan’s 2011 Design Week, this open-air marble cube features a hollow interior with an undulating floor to provide seating and lounge space. Dubbed Zero by Snøhetta, the installation was inspired by a large, hollowed-out room at a marble quarry visited by the architects.

10 Forward-Thinking Buildings by Snøhetta

Designed for the “Mutant Architecture and Design” presentation by interiors magazine Interni at Milan’s 2011 Design Week, this open-air marble cube features a hollow interior with an undulating floor to provide seating and lounge space. Dubbed Zero by Snø

Net / Hasselt www.numen.eu

this is net a project by croatian-austraian design group numen/for use. with layers of netting hung is spaces, forming a 'floating landscape' open for visitors to climb and explore. a social art work. house of contemporary art, hasselt, belgium.

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