Treehouses by Worapong Manupipatpong
“Smallness is probably the spatial quality that reminds us of childhood nostalgia when we can access most of the small spaces in our home. We can no longer play under the table, hide behind the couch, or hide in the wardrobe. There are no such secret spaces anymore when our body has grown up. Those small spaces still exist and are visible, but are not accessible anymore.”The quote above is from the philosophical statement of the design studio Worapong Manupipatpong.
145-Foot Inflatable Dome to Rise in Nation’s Hot Air Capital, D.C.
Architecture firm Diller Scofidio + Renfro returns to its roots with a big, bold, experimental design. But inflatable architecture isn’t exactly new, as these eight projects prove.
THE CINEROLEUM The Cineroleum was a self-initiated project that transformed a petrol station on Clerkenwell Road into a cinema. The project was an experiment in the the potential for the wider re-u…
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Dzisiejszym światem rządzą technologie mobilne. Nie ma się co dziwić – chcemy mieć dostęp do Internetu w dowolnym miejscu i czasie. Kody QR doskonale wpisują się w ten trend i znacząco ułatwiają życie użytkownikom.
FRAC Dunkerque / Lacaton & Vassal
Built by Lacaton & Vassal in Dunkirk, France with date 2013. Images by Philippe Ruault. The FRAC houses regionally assembled public collections of contemporary art. These collections are conserved, a...
Street Vendor Guide
Street Vendor Guide, by Candy Chang. "As part of CUP’s Making Policy Public series, Candy collaborated with Rosten Woo and John Mangin of the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), Sean Basinski of The Street Vendor Project, and street vendors around NYC to develop this guide"
paraSITE Inflatable Shelter Uses Excess HVAC Air to Keep the Homeless Warm
Artist Michael Rakowitz designed a shelter which uses excess heat from buildings’ HVAC systems to keep the homeless warm.