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- 07/23/15--01:02: _Sandcastles | Calvi...
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- 10/31/17--00:31: _Under | the first u...
- 01/01/18--23:34: _“Les Yeux des Tours...
- 02/14/18--02:29: _See inside the amaz...
- 07/06/18--02:54: _Fjordenhus Castle-l...
- 12/17/13--01:20: 88 Ways to deform a Building
- 09/23/14--06:24: Aerial Dance Performances on Building Walls | Bandaloop
- 10/23/14--01:04: Sleuk Rith Institute | Zaha Hadid
- 02/03/15--08:26: BLOCKS cat playhouse | Poopy Cat
- 03/13/15--10:06: Urban Treehouse in Turin | Luciano Pia
- 04/07/15--08:21: 7132 Hotel & Arrival | Morphosis Architects
- 04/09/15--01:44: Hillside Skyscrapers | Jethro Koi Lik Wai
- 07/23/15--01:02: Sandcastles | Calvin Seibert
- 11/26/15--01:55: COZY HOME FOR TWO | CHRISTOPH KAISER
- 10/31/17--00:31: Under | the first underwater restaurant in Europe
- 01/01/18--23:34: “Les Yeux des Tours” is a porthole windows photography series
- 02/14/18--02:29: See inside the amazing Yayoi Kusama Museum in Tokyo
- 07/06/18--02:54: Fjordenhus Castle-like Office By Olafur Eliasson
Here is an extraordinary project by Barcelona-based photographer Víctor Enrich that challenged himself to digitally reconfigure the same building in Munich, Germany in 88 different configurations. Enjoy the photogallery and the video below. Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook + Pinterest to get all the latest updates.
This surprisingly lovely dance performance was filmed vertically on the side of Oakland’s 18-story City Hall building earlier this month at the Art + Soul Festival. The dancers are Amelia Rudolph and Roel Seeber from Bandaloop. via | Don’t forget to follow Feeldesain on Twitter + Facebook + Pinterest to get all the latest updates.
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Skilful designer Zaha Hadid unveiled her architectural project for Sleuk Rith Institute in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. This building with a stunning design is a prestigious place of culture and the completion of a creative research to illustrate the cultural richness of the country and commemorate the victims of the genocide. via | Don’t forget to […]
This is the playhouse that your cats and kitties are dreaming of! Amsterdam based brand Poopy Cat has recently closed with success its Kickstarter campaign for BLOCKS, a fun and healthy modular toy for cats, that everyone can build by clicking various cardboard elements together. These eco-friendly cabins feature tunnels, beams, bridges, ramps and cubes […]
As you know by now, we’re always proud to share our favourite examples of Italian creativity, and today we’re showing you some amazing architecture here in our home city of Turin, Italy. 25 Verde was designed by architect Luciano Pia, and was created as an attempt to protect residents from the city pollution. The structure […]
This architectural concept of a luxury hotel in Vals, Switzerland has been created by American studio Morphosis Architects for 7132. The architects want to create a sculpturally and aesthetically impressive experience for visitors with their 3-part proposal. The three main structures would be a podium, cantilever, and 381-metre high tower, where 107 rooms would be, each boasting […]
In this year’s eVolo Skyscraper competition, these limestone skyscrapers got an honourable mention, and we couldn’t help but admire the concept. Proposed by Jethro Koi Lik Wai, a designer from Malaysia, these skyscrapers would be constructed into hillsides. The designer thought about the human destruction of the Karst topography found in countries in the far […]
This summer, many of us are heading to the beach, and what better way to while away an afternoon than by making a nice sand castle? Here’s one sand sculptor who puts more effort into that than most; New Yorker Calvin Seibert is a true expert in sand castle building, although we’d actually have to call it […]
Would you ever live in a 1950s grain storage facility? Well the architect Christoph Kaiser was able to transform it into a cozy home for two. The architect was able to locate the facility in the Garfield Historic District in Phoenix, Arizona, the 340-square-foot two-story building was originally purchased online from a farmer in Kansas and transported in […]
Snøhetta designs Europe’s first underwater restaurant in Norway: Under. This namesake holds a double meaning: in Norwegian, “under” can just as well be translated into “wonder”. Half-sunken into the sea, the building’s monolithic form breaks the water surface to lie against the craggy shoreline. More than an aquarium, Snøhetta‘s structure will become a part of its marine environment, […]
“Les Yeux des Tours” is a porthole windows photography series created by Laurent Kronental; he reframes the mundane as magnificent in his latest series. Confined by the walls of the Tours Aillaud, the viewer is invited to gaze through the porthole windows which frame snippets in time of the Parisian suburbs. For this project the focus […]
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Yayoi Kusama’s art has been travelling the world in a series of exhibits recently, but fans of the Japanese artist’s distinctly colourful style can now head to Yayoi Kusama Museum dedicated to her works The Yayoi Kusama Museum in Tokyo opened late last year, opened by the 88-year-old artists. Inside, visitors can get a glimpse of her wildly […]
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Fjordenhus is a fortress-like office in the Vejle Fjord in Denmark built by Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson. Fjordenhus is the headquarters of Kirk Kapital, which is the holding and investment company for three brothers who are direct descendent of the founder of Lego. But it also features a publicly accessible ground floor. It is the first building […]