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New York’s Public Art Fund tapped Danish artist Jeppe Hein for an installation of fountains, mirrors, and playful benches to populate Brooklyn Bridge Park. Through April 16, 2016, at Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn; publicartfund.org

Image 4 of 4 from gallery of Please Touch the Art: Jeppe Heine's "Labyrinth NY" Installed in Brooklyn. "Mirror Labyrinth NY", Jeppe Hein High polished stainless steel, x x inches

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Brooklyn Bridge Park | "Jeppe Hein: Please Touch the Art"

In Brooklyn, They Want You to 'Please Touch the Art'

Looking to build the home of his dreams, Catalan artist Xavier Corberó began acquiring land outside his native Barcelona in 1968. Today, he has a home that is some 48,000 square feet spread over nine interconnected buildings with about a dozen courtyards—all nestled among more than 300 archways. And he is still building.

A Sculptor’s Labyrinthine Home, Still a Work in Progress

Looking to build the home of his dreams, Catalan artist Xavier Corberó began acquiring land outside his native Barcelona in

wetheurban:      #DESIGN: VIEUX PORT PAVILION, VERSAILLES   Marseille’s Vieux Port is one of the grand Mediterranean ports, but over time the site has become inaccessible to pedestrians and has been cut off from the life of the city. The master plan to reclaim it’s popularity? Turn it into a cool art and event space!    Read More

Image 3 of 5 from gallery of Vieux Port Pavilion / Foster + Partners. Photograph by Nigel Young / Foster + Partners

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Ombrière du Vieux Port / Foster + Partners

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Jeppe Hein, Mirror Labyrinth, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York

Labyrinthe de miroirs

Labyrinthe de miroirs

New Zealand architects Out of the Dark have transformed Hyde Park South into a huge maze of mirrored sculptures. The installation is called Field.

"The Lookout" observatory in Trossachs National Park, UK: http://syndicate.details.com/post/lookout-processcraft

This Might Just Be the Coolest Observatory in the World by Feel Desain

Image 7 of 17 from gallery of Lookout / Angus Ritchie + Daniel Tyler. Photograph by Ross Campbell

Seemingly floating Monopoly-like mirror houses designed by photographer and creative director Autumn De Wilde.

The Edit: Mirrors, Reality Distorted

Lighting, Layers, and Reflections by Autumn de Wilde Autumn de Wilde is a creative director and photographer. Above are some photos taken from a portrait series of a sculptural installation inspired.

Jeppe Hein – Mirror Labyrinth NY

Jeppe Hein – Mirror Labyrinth NY

Playscapes - All the Best Playgrounds are Here

Idea for playspace/children with disabilities - Artist's Playground, Sudely Castle, 2008 - Playscapes

Twin flames are split from the same soul as mirror expressions of that soul, destined to ascend and unify together to reform the original soul.    Twin flames are inextricably linked by an unbreakable spiritual connection –

Are Twin Flames Opposites?

Twin flames are split from the same soul as mirror expressions of that soul, destined to ascend and unify together to reform the original soul. Twin flames are inextricably linked by an unbreakable spiritual connection –

“‘The Ring’ is an installation that takes into consideration the urban space networking: the rhythm, flow, organization and spatial hierarchy. The installation embodies a visual effect that is to connect all of these interactions through the implementation of an optical effect: the repetition of a cubic mirror to break the perception of the place.” (Place Vendome in Paris)

Ring Mirror Installation by Arnaud Lapierre

ART: The Ring Mirror by Arnaud Lapierre Trippy! French designer Arnaud Lapierre once created ‘ring’, a series of mirrored cubes placed in a circular pattern in collaboration with AUDI.

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