Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heavenby London Fieldworks | Dezeen
These bird and bug boxes have been installed by art and architecture collective London Fieldworks around trees across London in clusters inspired by neighbouring housing. Spontaneous city in the Tree of Heaven consists of two sculptures with one in Cremorne Gardens in Chelsea and Kensington, and the other in Duncan Terrace Gardens in Islington. The
Parasitic Cabin Installations
Manifest Destiny - The Manifest Destiny! art installation is based around a cabin that has leeched onto a larger building just like a parasite. It explores the idea o...
Nangchang Nangchang bamboo installation by Kengo Kuma
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has bent bamboo into walkways and seating at this year's Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea.
Building renovation and auditorium addition, School of Fine Arts, Universidad de Chile / Emilio Marin + Albert Tidy Arquitectos
Completed in 2007 in Santiago, Chile. Images by Cristobal Palma, Nicolas Rupcich. After the 1969 fire of the Art School which has been located at the forest park since 1910, the art faculty was forced to sub-rent part of its...
Expo.02, un intermède qui a laissé peu de traces
Un grand raout pensé par un pays riche: c’est aussi ce qu’on retiendra d’Expo.02, dont les infrastructures somptueuses ont été bâties uniquement ...