Located in Toyokawa city, the “Light Walls House” is a wooden house imagined by Japanese studio mA-style architects. White, minimalist and decorated with plants, this building has a structure which allows the light to reflect on the ground and on the walls in order to create patterns thanks to a trick of shadows and rays. To discover through Kai Nakamura’s photos.
Based in San Francisco, designer and illustrator Ryan Putnam has created a series of visuals that represent iconic costumes worn by characters from famous films, and also various equipment used for special jobs as mountain climber. The goal is to recognize movies like “Back to the Future” and “Ghostbusters” through different outfits shown.
The “Till House” is a single storey house imagined by Chilean architects from WMR Arquitectos on the Los Arcos’ cliffs. This wooden residence is suspended on the cliff, away from prying eyes, and offers an amazing view on the sea thanks to the terrace and the bay windows installed in every room.
German photographer Daniel Sebastian Schaub got interested in funfair carrousels for his series “Wondrous Whirligigs”. The most zany carrousels pass before our eyes and reveal their original universes and their own graphic dimensions. An extract of this series is to discover in the gallery.
Exposed to the Art Gallery Art Rebels in Copenhagen, “Floating City” is a cardboard sculpture created by a Swedish illustrator and designer Nina Lindgren. This incredible structure measuring about two meters of diameter and is made simply with cardboard and glue for a truly creative and unique result.
Based in Berlin, Olivia Steele is an artist who uses light and neons to add meaning and irony to a place. She creates spiritual baselines we can interpret as we want, by working a lot on typography and the style of her letters. Her work is to discover in bars, in cities and on photographs.