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rintala eggertsson architects suspends floating writers cabins ‘in praise of shadows’


the rintala eggertsson writers cabin is designed to stimulate the creative process and provide an opportunity for isolation.

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stephan zirwes offers uncanny orthographic aerial photography with his latest ‘pools’


the strict orthogonal quality implies an architectural plan while the flattened patterning recalls an illustration or render.

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whale made from 5 tons of plastic waste breaches bruges canal


studiokca collected enough waste from the pacific ocean to sculpt their massive 'skyscraper of the sea' rising from the water

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these colossal telescopes sit amidst the lonely martian expanses of chile’s atacama desert


the four units of the 'very large telescope' (VLT) disrupt the vast horizons of the atacama desert’s sweeping, martian-like landscape.

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these paintings questioning america’s legacy are surprisingly not photoshopped


shawn huckins' erasures feature meticulous reproductions of revolutionary portraiture, entirely physical and NOT digital and/or photoshopped.

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edward burtynsky captures the ‘human signature’ of the proposed new anthropocene era


the controversy surrounding the end of the holocene and the beginning of this new 'human epoch' sparked burtynsky's 'anthropocene project.' 

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valle architetti continues to experiment with industrial factory architecture in northern italy


industrial apparatuses winding along the facility's exterior contrast the fundamentally geometric form.

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explore urban china’s visionary reimagined hutongs through designboom readers radar


this second edition of designboom readers radar looks at how contemporary architects in china are transforming hutongs through program and materiality to preserve the integrity of the traditional courtyard.

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this venice freespace dance pavilion brings biennale visitors and local residents together


located on the venice mainland, the pavilion is open to dance performances and concerts as well as local happenings and hangouts.

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