In this movie Bjarke Ingels, founder of architecture firm BIG, explains his theory of “Worldcraft” – creating architecture that focuses on turning “surreal dreams into inhabitable space”.
To find out what time it is, spot the center of the ring. The hands of the clock in the shadow of your fingers. More you can find Breaded Escalope.
Botanical is a modern photographic take on the classical botanical paintings. More HERE.
Konstantin B, toy car for kids. Produced by: Nika Zupanc.
French artist Miguel Chevalier creates immersive projections in King’s College Chapel, University of Cambridge.
City lights, movment kept in a photograph. More Takashi Kitajima.
Music / “Ants” de Edit.
Dance/ Lucas Boirat.
Marc-Antoine Locatelli / 2013.
More about the Artist.
Photograhy by Alex Godbout-Simard
Video by Samuel Trudelle-Gendron
More You can find HERE.
Ephemeral installation by Mickaël Martin, Margaux Rodot, Benoît Tastet for FAV (festival des architectures vives) –Montpellier – France. Seduced by O-Hanami, a Japanese traditional custom of admiring the ephemeral beauty of the cherry blossoms, the installation allows the spectator to plunge into a suspended moment. This timelessness evokes the imagery of petals gently detaching themselves one by one. Staging the springtime cherry blossoms invites passers-by to reflect on the intangibility of passing time, on the delicate balance between life and death, focusing on perpetual renewal.
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