The original owner of the building located at Willow had built his house shortly after a forest fire with a clear view of Mount McKinley and Denali National Park. After regrowth of the surrounding trees, the virgin view was obscured and the owner decided to expand his house in height up to 12 floors after a decade. Photographers Jovell Rennie and Alaska Aerial Footage recently captured some images of the building dubbed “Dr. Seuss House” in reference to books illustrated stories of Theodor Geisel.
The work of artist Sarah Oppenheimer is based on the destruction of empty and white rooms with mural incisions or mirrors installations. She creates trompe-l’oeil that change our perceptions of the walls and their openings by giving the impression to be in a maze with windows leading to an empty or infinite space.
This little dog named “Q” is the main protagonist of the book of American photographer Tomas Werner. “A Handbook for Dog Walkers” shows portraits of this adorable dog in front of facades with colors and patterns that are typically floridian. A sample of images is to discover in the gallery.
The project “Ekimetrics” in Paris consists in the setting of 1000 square meters of offices with furniture and wooden blocks that allow a pleasant and ludic interactions for the employees. Architect Estelle Vincent is the creator of the installations “Eki.Cube”, “Eki.Truck”, “Eki.Table”, “Eki.Gallery” and “Eki.Cabane” that are between professional meetings and convivial spaces.
The architecture studio based in Vancouver, Patkau Architects has designed this house of 460 m2 for the couple Martin and Sue Hadaway. Set on a steep slope of Whistler, a popular ski resort located 80 miles north of Vancouver, the whole chalet is covered by ipe wood boards and large expanses of glass offer stunning views of the Whistler Valley .
This fall, Brazilian street artist Marina Zumi has made a mural fresco called “Honeycomb of Life”, on the facade of a building located in Halle, in Germany, for the All You Can Paint Festival. On a 800 square meters surface, she wanted to represent alveolus of beehives in rainbow colors.
Liong Lie Architects and Leaders Against Routine have built the new market Gold Souk at the Beverwijk Bazaar. The interior, all in black, has been thought like a contrast with the glittering facade of the building, made of triangular golden panels in relief and placed in different positions.
Arnaud Montagard is a French photographer who moved to New York City. After Bed Time, he wanted to make us discover New York, from a very special point of view : through all kinds of windows. “New York Across The Windows” gives a fragmentary and poetical study of this city’s architecture and atmosphere.