Japanese architects Sides Core have left things stripped back and raw with grey wool insulating material exposed on the ceiling of this hair salon, wrapping suspended light bulbs like vines along pipes and hanging mirrors from coloured cord.
Dolls house in wood and perspex designed by Zaha Hadid.
“The miniature dwelling has been conceived as a series of six interlocking elements, serving as a puzzle which can be reconfigured into an endless variety of compositions / living quarters–each of the individual components indicative of a room, that when stacked together, form a unified home. when assembled, the design features a continuous void that creates communal areas / courtyards shared by every element, thus defining circulation between the ever-changing programs. with endless possibilities of experimentation and arrangement–the pieces can also be rotated to match their shapes found within the garden of the dolls’ house–the project encourages an ongoing evaluation of architectural composition and form.”
Referencing the utopian visions of 1960’s architecture practice Archigram, Walking City is a slowly evolving video sculpture. The language of materials and patterns seen in radical architecture transform as the nomadic city walks endlessly, adapting to the environments she encounters.
Creative Director : Matt Pyke
Animation : Chris Perry
Sound : Simon Pyke
Loving the clean interior of R House by Tamizo Architects.
This is my kind of bathroom.
Sanlin building, 442 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA.
Mid-century modern aluminum facade covering Greek Revival building.
Photographed by LeBoeuf.
The Gabriel Chandelier is a 39-foot-tall chandelier designed by French brothers Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec.
The large-scale piece, permanently residing in the Palace of Versailles, is crafted out of 800 Swarovski crystal modules threaded onto a metal frame that drapes like a giant necklace.