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Ghosts of the Berlin Wall: 8,000 Glowing Orbs Span 10 Miles

For the 25th anniversary of its fall, the Berlin Wall installation project illuminated the historical divide between East and West, temporarily recreating the infamous border with balloons on tethers in place of concrete with barbed wire. The work, titled Lichtgrenze by creators Christopher and Marc Bauder, went live for just three days, inviting residents and visitors alike to retrace a path that ...

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Peter Marigold’s FORMcard- a pocket size ‘lifesaver’

Peter Marigold, a London-based designer who is known for his furniture design, is launching a pocket size card made of meltable and reusable bio-plastic that can be re-used for fixing objects, and it can be especially handy in different emergency situations. All it takes is to immerse the card into a cup of hot ...

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Gabriel Schama’s meticulous eye-satisfying sculptures

Oakland-based artist Gabriel Schama creates Mandala-like layered paper and laser cut wood sculptures amazingly elaborated in details and swirls. Schama’s craftmanship astonishes with perfectionism in his 3D sculptures that cause a sense of satisfaction in viewers. He starts by creating a ...

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The striking green façade of Euronews’ New Headquarters observes its surroundings with Gigantic Eyes

Jacob+Macfarlane, a well- known Paris based architects, after The Orange Cube built in 2011, have added another extraordinary  structure to the Lyon’s docklands ;  new headquarters for Euronews. The Euronews belong  to the same conceptual family as Orange cube, situated on the Rambaud quay in the redeveloping district known as La Confluence. The building stands out with striking green ...

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Famous Monuments and Buildings Sliced in time by Richard Silver

A project called “Time Slice” is ongoing series of photos by New York- based photographer and passionate traveler Richard Silver. “Time Slice” photographs capture and explore how iconic landmarks and famous buildings around the globe change their visual ...

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Jennifer Angus Exotic Bug Wallpaper

Following a two-year renovation, the Smithsonian American Art Museum‘s Renwick Gallery opens to the public on November 13, 2015. The inaugural exhibition in Washington, D.C celebrates the renewal of the beaux arts space with ‘wonder’, a show which sees the complete transformation the entire museum into an immersive artwork. Nine contemporary artists each take ...

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Concrete Concert Hall by Rojkind Arquitectos

A Mexican firm Rojkind Architects has started the construction work on the concrete concert hall building in Boca del Rio, the municipal capital of Veracruz, named The Foro Boca. The Foro Boca will be a home for the Boca del Rio Philharmonic Orchestra that was formed ...

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Tree Serpent Houses

Located in the Pedras Salgadas Park (a holiday hideaway found an hour’s drive north east of Porto in Portugal) where a couple of recently created present-day frameworks have actually brought a reptilian feeling of otherworldliness to the park’s historical wooded yard. Taking their inspiration coming from the long and also conical proportions of a serpent ...

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Atelier Yokyok’s Vaulted String Tunnels

Paris studio Atelier YokYok created and installation using thin blue strings stretched between arch-shaped frames to create tunnels across the cloister garden of a French cathedral. The installation is called the Les Voûtes Filantes – or The Shooting Vaults – and can be found within the 16th-century Gothic-style cloister at ...

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