Cement Architectural Cube Planter I
These architectural cement planters are one of our most popular items and are featured on Slate.com as a top gift idea. Perfect for succulents, our simple yet intriguing planters feature two different staircase designs looking like a modern building with a "rooftop" garden. Reminiscent of a creation by M.C. Escher, this is sure to be a great conversation piece and makes a wonderful gift. Dimensions:(6.75"square x 5.25"h).
Riverside Clubhouse / TAO - Trace Architecture Office
Completed in 2010 in Yancheng, China. Images by Yao Li. The clubhouse is located on one side of a river in Yancheng, surrounded by a park and sports field. The extended horizon, sky, water, island in...
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Peeled Concrete Benches (The second is outside the Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle, Tyne, England.)
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C’est en découvrant le Land Art et le « Carré noir sur fond blanc » de Kazimir Malevitch que Georges Rousse, artiste né en 1947 à Paris, a eu l’idée de réaliser des œuvres créant une interaction inédite entre l’architecture, la peinture et la photographie. À ses débuts, Georges Rousse est un photographe professionnel spécialisé dans l’architecture. Interpellé par les…
Taipei Performing Arts Center proposal by NL Architects
This is the design proposed by NL Architects for the Taipei Performing Arts Center. The structure contains three theaters, including a 1500-seat...
VOLTA Art Fairs
VOLTA Art Fair fosters galleries in staging ambitious solo and group presentations, refining the experience to its essential elements: the artists and their work. This focus on compelling visual statements by up-and-coming and established artists cultivates a vibrant and approachable environment of discovery for the engaged collector in Basel, New York and Miami Beach.
The Felix Nussbaum Haus Extension // Daniel Libeskind
The Felix Nussbaum Haus originally designed by Daniel Libeskind in 1998, was his first completed project. The new Libeskind extension opened in May 2011 and