Ivan Toth Depeña’s light-based installation 'Reflect' was permanently installed in the Stephen Clark Government Center Lobby in Miami in November, 2011. Commissioned by the Miami-Dade Art in Public Places initiative, the work illuminates the dynamism of the lobby space and encourages a sense of discovery in the visitors.
A few decades ago, I believed that cultural differences were fundamental. Moreover, they were exciting and interesting. Today, I believe that cultural differences are still just as fundamental and exciting but they primarily exist in governing social interaction, the types of foods that are eaten and stylistic preferences.
Edward Durell Stone, one of the most controversial figures of 20th-century architecture, was once quoted as saying, 'They say people are fundamentally interested in only three things: food, sex and shelter. I can’t say I’m authoritative on the first two, although I’m in favor of both. It’s shelter that concerns me, and it’s nice to be doing something people are interested in.'
This tiny, adorable papercraft Paris playset is a free download. Good fun for a weekend's pretend voyage -- spice up your romantic life by bringing your loved one a Continental breakfast in bed with a miniature Paris on the tray, and deliver it wearing a beret and nothing else.
The high-rises of Paris’s La Défense district have questionable company: César Baldaccini’s 40-foot-tall model of his own thumb. Given its pedestrian-flattening size and ugly wrinkles, there’s much to find, ahem, opposable.
Made of 38 layers of plywood boards, loosely stacked, the shape of Pl(a)ywood is determined by what you decide to use it for. Shift different sections out to create pedestals for items and store items in the recessed areas.
Beyond the appearance of a tree, a branch or a simple leaf, there are mathematical patterns at play in nature. Understanding nature's basic algorithms allows architects like ASU's Professor David Newton in the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts to explore natural systems that can be translated into efficient designs and awe-inspiring architecture.
Imagine if someone concocted a system that could tell us just how successful a city has been, where it falls flat, and how it stacks up to other cities of its size. Geoffrey West, a theoretical physicist, might have done just that.
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