Jamie Konincks

Jamie Konincks

Jamie Konincks
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Greek key pattern on carpet

Greek key pattern on carpet

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Marble bathroom sink.

Marble bathroom sink.

Urban Growth: Melbourne's Urban Coffee Farm

Urban Growth: Melbourne's Urban Coffee Farm

jonas van put buzzijungle for buzzispace biennale interieur kortrijk designboom

jonas van put buzzijungle for buzzispace biennale interieur kortrijk designboom

Drinking fountain, Calgary, Canada. Click image to tweet and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> https://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/boards

Drinking fountain, Calgary, Canada. Click image to tweet and visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> https://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/boards

foster + partners: vieux port pavilion, marseille. Mirrored ceiling. Walking on the ceiling. Outdoor canopy. Architecture as air and reflection. Invisible architecture.:

foster + partners: vieux port pavilion, marseille. Mirrored ceiling. Walking on the ceiling. Outdoor canopy. Architecture as air and reflection. Invisible architecture.:

A "community hammock," installed at the House for Contemporary Art in Hasselt, Belgium.

A "community hammock," installed at the House for Contemporary Art in Hasselt, Belgium.

The winner of the City of Dreams Pavilion Competition 2010, the sustainable design of Ann Ha and Behrang Behin’s Living Pavilion, was installed on New York's Governors Island for the summer 2010 season as a temporary central gathering and assembly point for arts activity on the island. Living Pavilion was a low-tech, low-impact installation that employed milk crates as the framework for growing plants, similar to a green wall. The pavilion’s surface is planted with hanging shade-tolerant…

The winner of the City of Dreams Pavilion Competition 2010, the sustainable design of Ann Ha and Behrang Behin’s Living Pavilion, was installed on New York's Governors Island for the summer 2010 season as a temporary central gathering and assembly point for arts activity on the island. Living Pavilion was a low-tech, low-impact installation that employed milk crates as the framework for growing plants, similar to a green wall. The pavilion’s surface is planted with hanging shade-tolerant…