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presenting comprehensive views of JR’s installation practices, from studio conception and sketches to full-scale execution.The post JR’s jumping giants inaugurate new gallery space in london appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_0107841691","galleryId":"0107841691","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });Since initially publishing our G9 sample gallery late in 2017, we've had the chance to spend substantially more time shooting with it. Now that the full G9 review is live, we wanted to revisit that gallery an
Over the last few decades architects and designers have started burrowing. Rammed earth structures, reclaimed war bunkers, and homes dug into hills have turned buildings inward instead of upward. Here we present a gallery featuring the most fascinating, weird, and experimental underground designs from recent years...Continue Reading Gallery: From buried bunkers to hobbit homes - a look at und
A mirror-clad pavilion camouflaged in woodland and another resembling a dilapidated shed are among five temporary structures on show in the grounds of the Alvaro Siza-designed Serralves Foundation in Porto. Read more
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_9513055220","galleryId":"9513055220","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });We've already taken the Sony E-mount version of Sigma's super fast 16mm lens for a spin, and we were eager to see how the Micro Four Thirds version stacks up. Announced in fall of 2017, the 32mm equivalent pr
'garden wall' comprises 119 white walls clad in a transparent woven mesh that shift from translucent to opaque depending on the time of day or vantage point.The post woven mesh labyrinth divides national gallery of victoria garden into ethereal ‘rooms’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_7798063598","galleryId":"7798063598","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });We recently spent some time in Moab, Utah with seasoned adventure photographer Scott Rinckenberger. The area's incredible landscapes and wide array of outdoor activities made for a very photogenic few days –
as a rope floating slowly above the ground, the new vincent leroy's installation is effective and obvious: a tube of aluminum is arched and suspended and is rotating all the time, due to its very light slow engine.The post the new floating line installation by vincent leroy in the art kinetic gallery denise rené in paris appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the cycle is drawn from complicated oceanic terrains, islands, vortices, swirls, organism carcasses and plankton.The post teamlab’s ocean vortices-inspired installation makes waves at the national gallery of victoria appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Danish textile designer Stine Mikkelsen has crushed granite, melted tin and torched rope to create this collection of bizarre-looking furniture for Miami's Aybar Gallery. Read more


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