the “Flying Houses” series by French photographer Laurent Chehere. Inspired by the and arrondissement of Paris and more specifically the Belleville and Menilmontant neighborhoods, Chehere elevates architecture to a new level – literally.
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Light is Time is an art installation developed by Tsuyoshi Tane of DGT Architects. Featuring suspended main plates—the basic component of a watch—the award-winning installation was unveiled at Milan Design Week in April
Impossible Fantasy Buildings Constructed With Architectural Elements From Photos. Portland-based artist Jim Kazanjian has created a series of mysterious photographs that depicts surreal buildings that will look right at home in a fantasy movie.
There are tree roots coming out of the house, which is unusual because there's a house above the roots, not a tree. The house with the roots are the center of interest. The lines of the roots catches my attention and leads up to the house.
A Religious Experience (Installation) 2012 Plywood, Sunlight, and Fog Machine x x Three windows were covered with plywood in the Athenaeum Music and Arts Library in La Jolla. Holes were drilled in the plywood for the stars of.