Francesco Moncada

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Imagine a time with no computers but with lots of craftsmanship and creativity.

Visual Landscapes - An arrangement by Gerwald Rockenschaub of just under 400 motifs upon a 70-meter-long wall is currently on show at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg. Is this a large, colorful picture, an advertising war or a semiological tsunami?

Visual Landscapes - An arrangement by Gerwald Rockenschaub of just under 400 motifs upon a wall is currently on show at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg. Is this a large, colorful picture, an advertising war or a semiological tsunami?

Bureau Brisson . Renovation of private villa built in the 1930’s . Lausanne (14)

Bureau Brisson . Renovation of private villa built in the 1930’s . Lausanne (14)

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say hi to_ Byung Hoon Choi

say hi to_ Byung Hoon Choi

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Architectural duo Studio Ossidiana translates the elements from Persian carpets and gardens into tactile concrete forms at the Dutch Design Week

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Studio Ossidiana Translates Elements of Persian Gardens Into Lively Materials Exhibition,© Kyoungtae Kim

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Studio Ossidiana Translates Elements of Persian Gardens Into Lively Materials Exhibition

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Our Favorite Finds From the 2017 London Design Festival - Sight Unseen

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Our Favorite Finds From the 2017 London Design Festival - Sight Unseen

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Dutch designer Iwan Pol experiments with casting techniques, using everything from latex sheets to silicone molds, to make these colorful concrete tests.

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Iwan Pol: Happy Concrete — Thisispaper — What we save, saves us.

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Dutch designer Iwan Pol experiments with casting techniques, using everything from latex sheets to silicone molds, to make these colorful concrete tests.

A view from one of Nobel’s most recent exhibitions, at Stockholm's Gallery Charlotte Lund. "The installation was accompanied by a text on a poster telling a story about a shipwrecked crew surviving on an island from the scraps of their cargo," he says.

A view from one of Nobel’s most recent exhibitions, at Stockholm's Gallery Charlotte Lund. "The installation was accompanied by a text on a poster telling a story about a shipwrecked crew surviving on an island from the scraps of their cargo," he says.