for the 25 viewers that can situate comfortably inside the white-plaster walls of the elliptical volume, a shifting sequence of sky, sun, and chromatic saturation becomes visible through a circular aperture at the structure’s crown.
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Has anyone else realised that no matter which UK town you’re in, the high street remains the same? The eerie Groundhog’s Day feeling of seeing the uniform Nero, Boots, Costa, Sainsbury’s Local, Primark strip that is ubiquitous to any town is enough to make you want to invent a time machine and go back to the land of independent crafts. This is exactly why projects such as this one by Laura Braun are so important. Laura went on a voyage around London to find some of the most important independent shops in the capital and took a candid portrait of each shopkeeper. We love projects like these – proof that the photographer has not only made an outstanding project but that they have also taken the time to get to know their subjects.
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Graphic design briefs at university often send students skating rabidly across the internet in search of a company in dire need of a new identity, or artists whose work merits a hypothetical book design, but it’s comparatively rare that they do such a good job of the project that we mistake it for a real one.
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Italian office Studio Galantini has upgraded the wooden structure of a 1970s chapel in north-west Italy so that it can be used for summer services, music recitals and theatrical performances. (more…)
the dwelling runs along the rear of an adjacent property, with only a slither of the structure visible from the passing street.
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News: a survey of UK design and digital agencies has revealed annual increases in salaries and bonuses that indicate a recovery from the financial crisis affecting the design industry. (more…)
inserting common household objects into the legs of the lamp, the structure becomes part of a harmonious family with whatever is lying around at the time
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elongated wooden barns create a proper entrance to a popular tourist attraction.
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Illustrator based in Kota Bahru, Malaysia. Focused on illustration, graphic design, digital art and cartooning.
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Anemone tentacles moving beneath the surface of the ocean influenced the latticed facade of this student housing block by French studio Atelier Fernandez & Serres at an oceanic observatory in the eastern Pyrénées (+ slideshow). (more…)