Human body parts and different species is the main theme of these digitally printed collages.
The suspended Field is a spatial project related to our comprehension of nature, its resources and our attitude towards it.
‘ORISHIKI’ is a new carrying device consisting of a single piece of two dimensional structures, constructed of triangular segments which can be folded like origami, and can wrap things like furoshiki.
This single white chair multiplies itself mimicking the location in which it is placed.
The beauty of drowning seen through the eyes of Rik Versteeg.
Digital Crystal features 14 of the best designers all looking in to the idea of recording memory in the digital age.
A look at almost-two-dimensional ceramic vessels.
Performance Art Trio camps out for 10 days.
The wall is designed with the intention of provoking a sense of curiosity by slowly revealing its form and complexity through physical and visual engagement with the work.
Manufactured objects conspicuously transform into unexpected new forms.
The project was proposed as an outdoor summer installation built for public use during the Chilean summer.
Splash is an architectural model that doesn’t refer to any architectural reality, but to the mental and physical option of ‘swaying’.
Weight, Distance, Angle…
The Cage/House is formed by hundreds of empty stray brass bullets collected from Lebanon’s hunting geographies.
A beautiful timber archway made up of 20,000 angled wooden pixels.
Visionary spaces inspired by the rice field give a three-dimensional expression to the idea of energy in harmony with nature.
An artificially facilitated foray up above the forest floor offering views otherwise unavailable to the visitor.
Two opposing forms redolent of nautical bollards become monuments to journeys.
Ashkan Honarvar has dismantled luxurious porcelain figurines items to create new compositions that show no real identity but still radiate wealth.
Ashkan Honarvar has visualized various aspects of European colonial history. The hunt for wealth, the submission of indigenous people, the abuse of religion.