Categorie - Architecture


Amazing Installation in Palais de Tokyo

Currently at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the collective exhibition “Inside” offers visitors a passage to the interior of the self, for which the exhibition space serves as a metaphor. The design collective Numen / For Use which we had already spoken before made a gigantic construction consists of 44 km of strips of cellophane woven around pylons and accommodating 5 people at once. To discover in images.

Cubical House

After their S-House which played on transparency and staircases’ structure, Japanese studio Yuusuke Karasawa Architects had the idea to think the Villa Kanousan in the shape of a cube, in Honshu Island in Japan. With its original interior, this two storey-house was imagined with the theme of “cubic void”, cutting parts of walls and grounds in geometric and cubic forms, deconstructed and angular.

Berlin Wall Rebuilt in Glowing Orbs

To commemorate the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall , artists Christopher and Marc Bauder have, along with the studio Whitevoid, reconstituted fifteen kilometers of the original route of the Wall with some 8,000 light balloons filled with helium. This project entitled “Lichtgrenze”, “Border of Light” will be installed on November 7, balloons will fly the 9th of November at night. A nice way to remind people of Berlin, a crucial part of their history.

Spiral Pod Staircase

For the “Riverside” penthouse, recently renovated, English architects Foster Lomas imagined this amazing staircase with an elegant movement of spiral. This staircase decorates like a sculpture the living room, while lighting it up thanks to its lights installation, its color and its smooth and shiny texture.

False Bay Writer’s Cabin

This cabin was designed by Olson Kundig Architects to build the ideal cottage for a writer’s retreat. His intentions are to be close to nature and to secure the house during his absence, that’s why the studio designed a structured home featuring bay window walls joined to three wooden facades slats that can be raised and contain the home by a system of pivoting pulleys. To discover.

Street Art in Istanbul

During a trip in Istanbul in Turkey, Pejac has combined his talents of street artist with the country oriental influences to paint moucharabiehs and mise en abyme of locks on the walls. The very fine and realistic outcome creates a real illusion. This series called “Lock, Post and Shutters” is to discover in images.