’131 Variations’ is a reinterpretation of Sol Lewitt’s ’122 Variations of Incomplete Open Cubes’.
‘We can’t go home again’ exhibition by Didier Faustino is about familiar objects becoming uncanny devices of another reality haunting our homes.
‘In a World without Words’ series by Brooklyn based Korean photographer Ina Jang.
Designer Simon Heijdens has created ‘Phare No.1-9′ an installation that ‘projects’ the wind movement onto the floor as patterns of light.
A redundant Second World War bunker in the Netherlands turned into a sculpture by Dutch studios RAAAF and Atelier de Lyon.
The installation, as a partial model of the real building, resembles the enlarged internal structure of cocoon.
Finalist and Shortlist Landscape Professional category presented.
Concept for a ‘magic carpet’ inhabitable installation
Prototype of a self supporting inhabitable social sculpture.
Finalist and Shortlist Architecture Professional category presented.
An unexpected fabric space that manipulates the architectural frame to blur the boundaries between inside and outside and piques the viewers’ awareness of their bodies in space.
The judges, Zaha Hadid, Ivan Harbour, Catherine Slessor, Eva Jiricna and Graham Stirk looked beyond the architecture, at the composition, sense of place, atmosphere and scale.
Ever wondered was to do with Christmas trees cluttering the sidewalks? Danielle Carignan turned trashed Christmas trees into art.
Sculpture of temptation, craft of sensation. Body of a woman – Crazy Horse Paris whispers – is allure.
A mixed media of Real Life Architecture Photography and advanced Computer graphic techniques. Enjoy dancing buildings!
An exclusive selection of submissions to the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards.
Bob is a unique character who likes to hide in the playful animated worlds projected on seven large walls in Quartier des Spectacles.
Right in the heart of the city, these stylized stalks of wheat dance and shimmer to a musical score by Patrick Watson, inviting passers-by to enjoy a dreamy stroll among them.
The exploration of the disharmony between man and nature using natural materials which the artist skilfully sets in a sharp contrast with artificial materials.
‘We are living in a world that is mostly run by criminals and the bigger the criminal, the less they are punished for their crimes.’
The procedure of destroying and rebuilding a perfect image adds a grittier vibe to the perfectly formed aesthetics.
Designed as a prototype for large scale canopy construction, in a continuous transformation nature merges into architecture, columns merge into the sky and solid merges into the ephemeral.
A series of photographs by Paris based photographer Nicolas Rivals mixing abstract portraits, reflections in water and light painting.
This London building, appearing to be turned upside down, is an installation created by artist Alex Chinneck.
Melbourne based street artist Rone has recently completed a mural on a building façade in Berlin, painting portraits of fashion model Teresa Oman.
As Autumn Leaves is a spatial installation designed by students of the Laboratory for Computational Design, Beijing, for the Beijing 2013 Design Week.
In his plastic sculpture ‘Big horn ram fight’, artist Márton Jancsó magnificently captures the dynamic energy of two rams fighting.
The ‘phone booth aquarium’ questions the redundancy of old structures and offers a moment for urban dwellers to escape from their daily environment.
Spanish artist Suso33 has painted a seemingly random group of outlined figures with smudged shadows, forming a single figure.
Seattle-based artist John Grade has created the Capacitor installation as part of the Uncommon Ground exhibition series at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
Swiss origami artist Sipho Mabona plans to create a life-sized elephant from a 125 square meter sheet of paper at the Art Museum in Beromünster, Switzerland.
American artist Joshua Harker has used 3D printing technology to create an extravagant headpiece, the Quixotic Divinity Headdress.