Hayley Eichenbaum Instagram account gather photographs of sculptures, pieces of architecture overhang by surreal landscapes. The range of colors and graphic patterns that bring out of her gallery an extremely singular charm.
Commissioned by the brand Ford, The Principals designed an interactive installation during the annual event of the Sight Unseen OFFSITE : a sanctuary that lights up when the viewer touches the walls. Finger pulse monitors feel the heartbeats of the participants and allow the animation of this architecture’s interior.
Collaborative artistic project Pink Intruder created “The Ekklesia Pavilion” in the city of Valencia in Spain, where the Fallas festival took place in during last March. the main goal of this installation was to be burned to celebrate the spring arrival. The ground was made with 96 000 pieces of traditional ceramic.
Architects Christian de Portzamparc and Peter Marino are behind the conception of the new Dior’s boutique in Seoul, in the Gangnam-Gu district. In the six-storey building, there are French fashion house’s creations, but also an exhibition place and the “Dior Café”, directed by the french pastry chef Pierre Hermé.
Based in Tokyo, architecture studio Nonscale imagined the “Sky Pavilion” in the Museum Gardens : a park near the V&A Museum of Childhood located in Bethnal Green. They had to think about an installation that shows the influence of the sky on our architectural structures’ perception. They’ve won the annual price of the Triumph Pavilion competition.
Dutch start-up MX3D and the designer Joris Laarman imagined a new bridge for the city of Amsterdam. It will be printed in three dimensions, directly on the place. To manage to do it, six robotized harms and connected to a 3D printing hardware will be used. The completion is scheduled in 2017.
Designed by well-known director Wes Anderson for Prada, Luce is a bar located in Milan which atmosphere mix authentic Milanese architecture and iconic aesthetics of Wes Anderson’s movies. This vintage-styled place propose different kind of drinks and delicious pastries, the guest can also use the jukebox or play pin-ball.
Farago Design studio, based in New York and Séoul, was commissioned by the DownTown Alliance of New York to create illustrations of iconic buildings of the Wall Street district, which some of it are the oldest city skyscrapers. Creations are faithful to the architecture, highlighting so particular roofs of the constructions.
Xiao Zhu is a Chinese company which main activity is to bring clean air to citizens. To show the pollution’s dangers and the 500 000 dying people each year because of that, this company decided to project faces of crying kids on polluant smoke coming from a factory. The following message was also broadcast : “Clean the air. Let the future breathe again”.
Paris studio Atelier YokYok designed the installation “Les Voûtes Filantes” (“The Shooting Vaults”) in the St Stephen’s Cathedral’s cloister garden, located in the South of France and with a 16th-century gothic style. With blue strings, they’ve imagined tunnels and pathways leading visitors to a centrale circle.
By signing the interior design of this fishmonger located in Montreal, Canadian designer Jean de Lessard brings a breath of fresh air to this traditional market place. The space is indeed composed by blue tones sculptures from wall to ceiling, striped graphics on the ground and pure geometric display stands.