Category: Architecture

Miniature Narrative-Based Sculptures Created From Balsa Wood by Vera van Wolferen

Dutch multidisciplinary craftsman Vera van Wolferen produces smaller than expected balsa wood figures, composition articles that are either joined into livelinesss or left still to recount their own particular stories. Her static works are regularly shown underneath glass chime jugs, leaving the crowd to envision that the modest tree houses, cabins, and campers are conveniently […]

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Sculpted Glass Insects and Plants by Japanese Artist Yuki Tsunoda

Shaping minor bits of delicate Moretti glass with similarly little devices, Japanese artist Yuki Tsunoda produces bugs, blooms, and different sorts of plants at a size that is almost proportional. Her topic is started by her enthusiasm to discourage hunches of disturb with regards to bugs, and make works that highlight the excellence of their […]

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Snøhetta’s Swedish Treetop Cabin

Looking up, the first thing you notice when seeing the 33-foot tall lodge, The seventh Room, is its base, an aluminum covering including high contrast pictures of the pine trees that encompass the structure. Utilized as cover, this outside board drenches the treetop lodge into its surroundings, obscuring the limits between the building and woodland. […]

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Duo Artists Zim and Zou for Hermes

Papercraft pair Zim and Zou are back at it with one of their most self important establishments yet for Hermès in Dubai. Every piece is a smaller than normal paper town populated with minor characters, one revolved around towers of growths, the other based around blossoming lotus blooms. Lucie Thomas and Thibault Zimmermann, the names […]

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Nintendo Themed Airbnb Rental.

  It may have taken a toll him €10,000 EUR (around $11,100 USD), however for PC diversion developer and self-admitted geek André Farinha, transforming his home into a full-out Super Mario-themed rental was a work of affection that he’s currently offering to the world. Presently recorded on Airbnb, Farinha’s lively Lisbon condo highlights punchy stylistic […]

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One of the Oldest Theaters in Buenos Aires Is Converted Into a 21,000-Square-Foot Bookstore

  Built in Buenos Aires as a performing arts theater in 1919, El Ateneo Grand Splendid‘s content has undergone several revisions, with its current purpose being a 21,000 square foot bookstore. Despite the switching of functions, the architecture has remained true to the early 20th century vision of Peró and Torres Armengol, the building still […]

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