French photographer Philippe Elambert takes us on a tour inside Leviathan by artist Anish Kapoor exhibited at the Grand Palais des Champs-Elysees in Paris.
Piranesi’s Carceri resurfaces in the urban landscape. A dystopia spreads over the city revealing a paradoxical state of non finito.
Confidence, a sculpture by Venice based graffiti artist Peeta (Manuel di Rita), reveals influences from design and experimental architecture.
A colourful installation explores the juxtaposition of old and new, while tracing and reshaping fragments of an abandoned house.
A delicate looking installation reveals its alter ego as a dangerous and impenetrable, barbed wire fenced, detached and alienated space.
An intriguing ring in the colours of the rainbow floats above the museum’s roof.
The classics of post-war abstract art in Bilbao.
Loss of identity and exploitation captivated in an annoyingly attractive and magnetising still scene.
Meticulous wood engraving and grandeur reflect the artist’s homeland tradition and culture. Memory overwhelms a kiosk sheltering a mysteriously evasive device.
Artist David Zink Yi presents a giant squid tampering with the awe evoked by a creature we have never seen alive.
Interlux chair literally lights up the room.
Left unfinished or distorted after being completed to perfection? The seductive ambiguity of the Water carafes tampers with the mystery of imperfection.
Having the glamorous world of fashion illustration as a starting point, the creative work of Aurore de la Morinerie reveals the sensitivity of materiality.
A symbolic museum filled with imaginary skeletons explores the ambivalence in mankind’s relation to nature.
Anders Warming, Head of MINI Design, outlines the past and the future of MINI in an impressive installation presented as part of the Fuori Salone 2011 in Milan.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
Cool curlers with a street attitude.
The Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 announce HWKN as the 2012 winner of the annual Young Architects Program in New York.