The Strange Story Of Xilitla, The Hidden Surreal Wonderland In The Middle Of The Jungle
Las Pozas is near the village of Xilitla in San Luis Potosi. Here, English poet Edward James spent 20 years of his life creating a number of surreal sculptures and structures that were meant to store his dreams.
The Artist Spent The Last Decade Composing One Image Per Day
Mike Winkelmann, also known as Beeple, is a graphic designer from Appleton, Wisconsin, USA. He works with a wide range of visual materials, from illustrations to films, but what we would like to show you is impressive and pretty unique. CGI master Winkelmann has been creating one illustration a day from start to finish for the last 10+ years.
Muckross Abbey Tree of Life by Matt Anderson - Large (Color Photograph)
Color Photograph - Near Wicklow, Ireland, is a wonderful ancient abbey cemetery from the 15th century. In the courtyard is a majestic ancient yew tree surrounded by brilliant masonry archways. Anderson has captured this amazing destination in wonderful colors and textures, highlighting the sheer majesty of this Irish location. <br><br> This fine art print is masterfully prepared on an award-winning robust fine-art paper chosen for maximum impact and long-term archival quality…
CORE architecture plants a tropical garden on a concrete hillock in this energy-efficient office building, india
CORE architecture was commissioned to develop a headquarters for local company EBIL and set an energy-efficient building.
25 Bone-Chilling Photos of Abandoned Places
Top of the grand stairwell, Brooklyn Navy Yard Hospital, 2008 Though insane asylums, prisons, and hospitals wouldn't necessarily be the first places that
The Minimalist BM0865 Daybed by Børge Mogensen for Carl Hansen & Son - Design Milk
BM0865 Daybed is a minimalist, solid-oak daybed by Børge Mogensen for Carl Hansen & Son that's part of a re-launch of the renowned Danish architect's work
Gallery of Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People - 20
Image 20 of 29 from gallery of Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People. One of the spacious, light-flooded corridors at IIM: »Indian Institute of Management« (IIM), Bangalore, 1977-92 © Courtesy of Vastushilpa Foundation, Ahmedabad, photo: Vinay Panjwani – India. Image Courtesy of Vitra Design Museum
Employee Spotlight: Meet Bo, Lighting Designer
Since the 1950s, some of the most striking buildings ever produced have come out of the architectural movement known as Brutalism. Big, imposing, and seemingly impenetrable, these buildings certainly seem to fit the name their movement was given. However, the name “Brutalism” doesn’t actually refer to the buildings uncompromising aesthetics. Rather, it comes from the French word for raw, brut, and refers to the raw, exposed concrete and brick used in these buildings’ construction
Joanna Lavén on Instagram: “La Fabrica, the home and office of architect Ricardo Bofill. Via @decadaco”
Joanna Lavén shared a photo on Instagram: “La Fabrica, the home and office of architect Ricardo Bofill. Via @decadaco” • See 1,522 photos and videos on their profile.
MUGU house by Stéphane Malka
Status: In progress Year: 2017 Location: MALIBU, CALIFORNIA Team: Tristan Spella Co-Conceptor, Stéphane Malka Architecture Los Angeles MUGU HOUSE Inhabit the Hills Located at Mugu Point Cali…