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Tectonics of Transparency by Cristina Parreño Architecture

Tectonics of Transparency is a glass undulating architectural structure installation created by Chirsitno Parreno Architects.

FRACTURE AND REFLECT | SOU FUJIMOTO — Patternity

Inside / Outside Tree, by Sou Fujimoto Architects, on Creative Journal: a showcase of inspiring design, art, architecture and photography.

gravity stairs / olafur eliasson / photo by hyunsoo kim, courtesy of leeum, samsung museum of art

Olafur Eliasson - Gravity stairs, 2014 Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, 2014 Photo: Yongkwan Kim

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Tectonics of Transparency by Cristina Parreño Architecture Cristina Parreño Architecture has designed a glass architectural installation at the International Design Center at MIT in Boston, Massachusetts.

Courtesy of Chirsitno Parreno Architects

Tectonics of Transparency by Cristina Parreno , 'Tectonics of Transparency' a sculpture in opaque glass for the International Design Center of MIT in Boston, by architect Cristina Parreño.

Another cause I thought it was too cool not to.

A Glowing Iceberg Made Entirely Of Staples And Tissue Paper

atavus: “ Gabby O’Connor made these beautiful icebergs hanging the ceilings. This installation, What Lies Beneath, uses tissue paper and staples to construct these huge icebergs. Via [My Modern Met] ”

Atelier YokYok's recent works include an installation of string tunnels in the cloister garden of a French cathedral

Paris studio Atelier YokYok created the Les Voûtes Filantes – or The Shooting Vaults - thin blue strings are stretched between arch-shaped frames to create tunnels across the cloister garden of a French cathedral.

Gallery of The Rock / Studio Pacific Architecture + Warren and Mahoney - 3

Gallery of The Rock / Studio Pacific Architecture + Warren and Mahoney - 3

Architizer Blog » Artist Creates Faceted Frozen Sculpture Using Tissue Paper and Staples

Gorgeous Iceberg Sculpture Made of Tissue Paper and Staples

Gabby O’Connor, "What Lies Beneath", an installation of dyed and lacquered tissue paper stapled together and lit with natural light augmented by fluorescent lights. I love how this soft light fills the room.

Sculptures by Fabrice Le Nezet

Sculptures by Fabrice Le Nezet

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Light for tent

Dynamic Performance of Nature installation by EB Office in the Leonardo Museum of Art, Science and Technology in Salt Lake City, Utah

Folded metal kiosks by Make Architects.

Folded Metal Kiosks

London architecture office Make Architects has designed two unique prefabricated kiosks inspired by the art of origami. The two kiosks were first introduced to the public as part of London's Canary Wharf Ice Sculpting Festival.

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