PHUONG THUY NGUYEN, Vietnamese / Hungarian textile and fashion designer.  Textile manipulation.  More on nguyen-bodyobjects.com

PHUONG THUY NGUYEN, Vietnamese / Hungarian textile and fashion designer. I love the different shapes this designer has made with the fabric. It reminds me of the curved patterns I have in some of my layered manipulation.

shibori folding and stitching | untitled by tinctory on Flickr.

Shibori Dyed Clothes delicate folds for a Boho style skirt. Either longer pieces of fabric or layers of ruffles. Think gauze-like fabric wouldn't be too full. Turquoise fabric with brown on the edge of the folds.

ANISH KAPOOR Concrete room

ANISH KAPOOR Cement room I would love, someday, to have to design a machine to make my idea reality. It's all about the tools.

This is a full-scale concrete prototype wall was designed and constructed at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. The modules were produced with an adjustable formwork which featured a flexible latex bladder. This allowed the each block to show a different aperture. #architecture #modular #material

This is a full-scale wall was and at the University of Minnesota School of The were produced with an adjustable formwork which featured a flexible latex bladder. This allowed the each block to show a different aperture.

Hanging Recycled Paper Installation by Eva Hesse

Eva HESSE 1936 Germany – United States of America 1970 United States of America from 1939 Contingent 1969 cheesecloth, latex, fibreglass overall h x w x d cm

texture  l  Sue Lawty

Sue Lawty Lead sample by tapestry artist Sue Lawty, developing woven tapestry forms into other media I like how the light can still come through the tapestry because of the loose weave

Onishi Yasuaki / 大西康明

japanese artist onishi yasuaki has created 'vertical volume' for the window of shizuoka convention & arts center granship in japan.

Kathy Temin - My Monument: White Forest, Optimism - GoMa

Kathy Temin - My Monument: White Forest, Optimism - GoMa I loved these at the Goma years ago

wood + cast aluminum, Hilla Shamia

Israeli designer Hilla Shamia uniquely joins the materials of aluminum and wood in this Wood Casting series. Using a whole tree trunk, Shamia pours molten aluminum directly onto the wood, which burns the surface and darkens the wood.

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