At the image of a bakery Carlton very successful design, Australian March Studio had the excellent idea to suspend 2000 pieces of wood in the hall of the Nishi building in Canberra, to a render absolutely amazing.
After his series “Suburban”, the artist Ian Strange reveals this new facility “Landed”. The work represents the reconstruction of a suburban home Australia 1920 on the steps of the Art Gallery of South Australia. Home, all in black, seems to have fallen from heaven, and have embarked on the front of the gallery.
This space is a former parking lot transformed by three students and UTAA Studio in a modern and friendly neighborhood relaxing environment named “Rest Hole”. The wooden ribs give a feeling of space, light and flexibility, while providing the backbone of the structure, forming seats for students of the university. A unique space with its aesthetic and technical pictures to discover later in the article.
The Lion Sands Game Reserve, located at the Sabie Sand Reserve in South Africa, is a hotel which offers nights near the wild life, animals and stars. It gives you the opportunity to admire the African landscape from your bedroom or during your dinner. More photos in the next part of the article.
The artist Ivan Navarro makes us discover his work entitled “This Land Is Your Land” with three water tanks wood on stilts and raised to a height just above the heads of visitors. Inside, Navarro worked with his trademark: neon. Visitors are invited to look inside the towers, to read words or discover representations. Experience to the original and aesthetic to discover in this beautiful New York time.
American agency Selldorf Architects has imagined, in 2013, David Zwirner’s art gallery in New York. This building offers a concrete facade and teak paneling. The ceilings are high and the stairs’ structure gives the impression of an infinite rise or descent. Photos credits by Jason Schmidt.
Zurich-based architects Daluz/Gonzalez have imagined the Casa Mi for their construction project in Herrliberg, Switzerland. With its 3 floors facing a lake, the house mixes the concrete and the marble under an original shape which favors the space. A minimalist home is to discover in the next part of the article.
Created for “Solo Houses” project of the French developer Christian Bourdais, the architect Didier Faustino, based in Paris and Lisbon, has imagined the “Big Bang House”, a futurist and dynamic building which appears to explode in the nature. It will be built in Matarrana in Spain, along 11 other vacation houses imagined by designers and architects.
Photographer Lucinda Grange continues to travel all around the world with her camera and climbs the most famous buildings in the world. From the Chrysler Building to the Notre Dame cathedral and the Great Pyramid of Giza, many of her breathtakingly high photos are to discover in the next part of the article.
In 2012, Dutch architects from Zecc took up a challenge to re-use a coach-house built in 1760 into a spacious house. The “Coachhouse Breukelen” is located in Utrecht, Holland. An original project with wooden stairs and beams and a lot of white is to discover in the next part of the article.