Una instalación efímera en forma de nube, creada por el artista Caitlind Brown para el festival de arte de Calgary. Hecha con 6000 bombillas y con total interacción del público, esta instalación es sin duda un éxito!
To end the week we leave you with a fascinating temporary installation. They used balloons, many white balloons ... enough to create these stunning images you will see below. More information on the website raumlabor.
Yesterday I was watching the news on Globo.com website and I found something very interesting: An installation with 1.200 bikes, made by the chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who was 4 month on jail. Inspired by one of the symbols of China, the bicycles form a structure 10 meters high, wich impress with their incredible tridimensional effect and its grandeur. "Forever Bicyles" is one of 21 works by the artist, currentlyexhibited in Taiwan and certainly represents a critique of the current lifestyle in China. Great!
By Luca Gentilcore and Stefano Testa , creators of the LEAP (Living Ecological Alpine Pod), the dream refuge of all climbers. This are prefabricated capsules planned to facilitate the installation in difficult terrain.
Patkau Architects is the name of the Canadian studio that created this refuge, shownbelow, to protect the skaters of Winnipeg from the wind. This is a temporary installation, inspired by Stonehenge monolithics and made of curved wood.
We began the day with a theme to make us think. The artists Elise Morin and Eliard Clémence used their media to sensitize the society on environmental issues. The objects used to narrow their art were sold or discarded CDs. In the middle of Paris, a large undulating CDs ground were displayed, very beautiful, and the issue remains in the air, shouting the importance of recycling and the environment.
According Jannick Deslauriers, installation represents the contrast between fantasy and horror, between harmony and conflict ... represents the particularities of our time! A well executed ephemeral installationwhere each viewer will have their own interpretation and experience!
An art installation that resembles a tree house. The piece of wood is installed in the Bangkok Art and Culture Center / Thailand until August of this year and is intended to link the user to his childhood.
Today we show you a project of ephemeral architecture made by the students at the University of Applied Sciences in Detmold, Germany. With recycled beer boxes, they have created a space dedicated to summer concerts, events, meetings and other activities. Spectacular!
Choi Jeong did an installation using tools found in stores in Los Angeles that did not exceed 99 cents. The idea was to create an aggressive path in color, where people got dizzy with the amount of information. No doubt an interesting work!
Today's topic is on "installation design". We present the installation called "Flylight" a metaphor for the flocks of birds when they fly together in harmony ... just great! It was created by Studio Drift for a private residence in Moscow. You'll love it!
He transforms beautiful landscapes in something even better. We are talking about Barry Underwood, an american visual artist who uses light to create metaphorical environments, full of ethereal meanings.
To end the week, we leave you with an impressive project, called Granat, inspired bygeological formations from Passeierta Valley. Designed by the architect WernerTscholl, these facilities serve as a lookout and exhibit space and is located on therocky hillside Stuls (Italy). You will love it! The inspiration of the day was found in diaro design website.
Hi guys! Today's topic is about a "corner" of London called Neal's Yard. A great secret courtyard. Secret because it is located in the busy area of Covent Garden, but few people know about it. There you can find cafes, pharmacy, grocery stores, among other venues related to vegetarian food. Besides being a site related to naturalistic subjects, what attracts us the most are the colors of the facades. No doubt these colors are responsible for making this place so lovely! The inspiration for today was found on the website dolcecity.
I was watching the news on Globo.com website and I found something very interesting: An installation with 1.200 bikes, made by the chinese artist Ai Weiwei, who was 4 month on jail. Inspired by one of the symbols of China, the bicycles form a structure 10 meters high, wich impress with their incredible tridimensional effect and its grandeur. "Forever Bicyles" is one of 21 works by the artist, currentlyexhibited in Taiwan and certainly represents a critique of the current lifestyle in China. Great!
Today is a day of ephemeral installations! This one for example, was designed byPezo von Ellrichsahus Architects, with a yellow grid they have contoured the paving stones of the streets of Lisbon / Portugal. We are seduced by the idea!
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