Surely architects of Fantastic Norway have been helped by the beauty of the environment in which they were working, the beauty of the stone, the colors of the vegetation, the sea, the particular curvature of the coast. This house has
This house is inspired by the concrete tetrapods, used to protect the coasts dissipating the force of the waves. A basis only
As a metal monolith buried in the sand, this building has been created to be as solid as a rock, between the desert winds, a bastion, psychological against the harsh elements of its environment desert.
Architect, urban planner and theorist, Jean Maneval developed in 1964 a dwelling unit made entirely of synthetic materials. Industrially produced and marketed in series in 1968, it was part of the program to equip an experimental center for holidays in the mountains, in a
Pressed Chair is a project of Harry Thaler, A lightweight chair and metal stacking printed on a sheet of 2,5 millimeters of aluminum. The value of the project stà in order to create an object of a single material, without joints or connectors. Moreover, the production does not produce waste material and is recyclable 100%.
Designed by two street artists well known 'the underbelly project'It is an exhibition of street art with 103 between artists and collaborators from around the world. The show, which took 18 months of work, is one of the largest of its kind ever made is in a gallery of the New York metropolitan area, some abandoned by the inhabitants of the city, away from the public transit infrastructure.
It's called Mini Egg House or Blob VB3, and is a project of the Belgian study dmvA. This project aims to create a mobile unit for Xfactoragencies office.
Inspired by coral reefs, the Serbian designer Marko Vuckovic has designed a lighting innovation dubbed the "Coral Lamp" which not only brighten your place also draws attention to the extinction of some species of coral.