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PLANTEA estudio presents a vintage inspired redesign of an abandoned cinema in madrid


sala equis, a new concept cinema which hosts live music and a cocktail bar, is filled with vegetation and natural light.

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pedrita studio uses discontinued industrial tiles to recreate ‘lost and found’ photographs


a small, black-and-white photograph found, by chance, in the street, with the inscription “my grandfather” scribbled on the back formed the starting point for the series.

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rebecca louise law presents an ethereal inverted garden installation


the artist, together with community volunteers, had sourced thousands of plants and flowers native to the region for the immersive installation.

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davide macullo’s colorful swisshouse rossa expresses a playfully artful structure


macullo worked with french artist daniel buren to incorporate his trademark stripes into the very structure of the building.

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stephan zirwes’ orthogonal ‘football’ series creates a field abstraction of the field


in stephan zirwes football photography, the strategy of the 'real-picture-graphic' presents the viewer with a field of patterned dots and textures at first glance.

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MAPA scatters personal hotel cabins across the sacromonte vineyards of uruguay


the studio prioritizes the ecology of sacromonte by using environmentally sustainable design and construction methods.

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alastair philip wiper captures césar manrique’s volcanic sixties-era utopias of lanzarote


the strangeness of the spaces lies in both their rocky, often subterranean qualities together with the inescapable 1960s modernist aesthetics.

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studio gang’s first project in canada will rejuvenate toronto street life


the mixed-use tower for midtown toronto responds to the local street life and creates comfortable and expansive outdoor space.

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MAPA’s sacromonte chapel in uruguay respects the landscape by denying its confinement


among the vineyards and rolling hills of uruguay's sacromonte landscape, MAPA creates a sacred chapel which does not shut out its surroundings.

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iris van herpen and studio drift present an undulating time-lapse fashion show in paris


studio drift designs a kinetic installation to frame iris can herpen's time-lapse fashion collection, 'syntopia.'

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