Ernesto Neto Installation

Installation by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto. I love environments and art spaces and this looks so fun to play in.

Dispatchwork is a fun movement initiated a few years ago by Jan Vormann, a 27-year old German artist who started patching old walls with Lego bricks

Dispatchwork: a movement initiated by 27 year-old German artist Jan Vormann, who started patching old walls with Lego bricks

Ballpoint Drawing 2002 / Mathew Borrett

Ballpoint Drawing 2002 / Mathew BorrettIncredibly detailed drawings of interconnected rooms that seem to grow in complexity like fractals. See more of Mathew Borrett's work on Colossal.

Kew House | Piercy & Co | Kew House was an experimental build, driven by the architect’s and client’s shared interest in a ‘kit-of-parts’ approach and the self-build possibilities emerging from digital fabrication.

Kew House by Piercy & Co - experimental build, driven by architect’s & client’s shared interest in 'kit-of-parts’ approach & self-build possibilities emerging from digital fabrication.

d i s p l a y / a r r a n g e m e n t ; detail + structure. shape. ghosts of demolished houses

Photography by Marcus Buck. I love how you can see the cross section of the rooms. A great image to link with Rachel Whiteread's casts of a demolished building.

CMYBacon: Reorganized Cities

Cities have amazing varieties of block shapes and sizes that give place a distinct character. The artist from Things Organized Neatly highlights these patterns by deconstructing street maps into piles of city blocks organized by size.

Extracts of Local Distance: Countless fragments of existing architectural photography are merged into multilayered shapes. The resulting collages introduce a third abstract point of view next to the original ones of architect and photographer.

From a series of abstract collages titled Local Distance created with fragments of analogue architectural photography, by Benjamin Maus, Torsten Posselt and Frederic Gmeiner

A steel structure keeps the huge mirror in place and at a 45-degree angle.

Commissioned by the Barbican, ‘Dalston House’ is the new gravity-defying illusion installation by Argentine artist Leandro Erlich that invites visitors to walk on the facade of a Victorian building.

Variations on a Dark City and Other Works by Espen Dietrichson

Norwegian artist Espen Dietrichson combines photography, digital techniques and screen printing to create amazing artworks depicting levitating, exploded architectural structures.


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