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The Pod Gallery by Stonewood Design

Designed by Stonewood Design, The Pod Gallery is a rural project for a private client involving the restoration of Grade II listed Home Farm Barn and the insertion of a pod-style private art gallery. The handsome vernacular stone barn hints at a surprise with its ...

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Pierre Cardin’s Bubble House

25 years ago, Pierre Cardin was hunting for a summer home that would fit his style; both chic and space-age. In Cannes on the Cote d’Azur, he found a partially constructed home that caught his fancy. Designed in the 70s by Hungarian architect Antti Lovag, an equally legendary man in his field, the bubble house was being built for a French businessman, who died midway through construction ...

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Organic Inspiration at Hilton Post Oak - Houston, TX

To create focus in the expansive existing lobby at the Hilton Post Oak in downtown Houston, design team Chase Collaborative devised an organic branch-like feature to create movement and lightness within an architecturally challenging space ...

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The Soundwave / Penda

Penda Architects recently finished a landscape sculpture in Xiangyang, China, which consists of more than 500 perforated, vibrantly colored steel fins varying in height. The sculpture marks the entrance gate to the largest Myrtle Tree Garden in Asia ...

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Paul Cocksedge’s Living Staircase

Spiraling up through the atrium of Ampersand Resolution Property’s new office in Soho, London is the living staircase by Paul Cocksedge Studio. Recently completed, the dynamic stairway towers at 12.5 meters with an unique design that has integrated a series of social and relaxation zones ...

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Winnipeg’s Warming Huts

A cafe in a cross-shaped tent, a mirrored hideaway and a pop-up art gallery are among the shelters that architects have dotted along a frozen river in Winnipeg, Canada. Warming Huts is an annual international design competition for small structures to be installed at The Forks, an area of Winnipeg where the mouths of the Red River and Assiniboine River meet and freeze during winter months ...

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Postman Cheval’s Ideal Palace – Hauterives, France

In 1879 during his rounds, 43 year old rural postman Ferdinand Cheval stumbled across such an oddly-shaped stone that it inspires him to embark on a curious project ... he devotes 33 years of his life to build a ‘palace’ in his garden ...

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Light Shower Chandelier by Bruce Munro

Bruce Munro has been creating customized fibre-optic artwork for 15 years. He is famous for his large-scale light installations, but one of his most iconic pieces is Light Shower. The piece was created when he was invited to propose a lighting design for a contemporary ...

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Jim Campbell’s Sculptural LED light Installations

Jim Campbell is an electronic artist who has been working with light sculptures for over 30 years. After graduating from M.I.T with degrees in electrical engineering and mathematics, he worked as an engineer in Silicon Valley. Intrigued by pixelated images, he decided to apply the same principles of low resolution to moving images ...

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