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Pools of used motor oil adorned the floors of the Bellelay Abbey Swiss church in a 2013 exhibit entitled La Mise en Abîme. The stunning display featured two shallow organically shaped pods filled with oil created by Swiss artist Romain Crelier. The still pools of liquid reflect the architectural detailing displayed throughout the 12th century church. The contrast Continue Reading

Photography by Iwan Baan, © Vitra Photography by Iwan Baan, © Vitra Located on the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein, this park features a brilliantly constructed work of architecture entitled the “VitraHaus” that was developed after a large fire in the 1950s destroyed most of the site’s existing factory buildings. The VitraHaus’ sleek and contemporary shell was built Continue Reading

© Philip Vile © Philip Vile Modern design meets old world charm in the art studio situated on the renowned music campus of Dovecote Studio. The project, led by London based firm, Haworth Tompkins 

French artist Bernard Pras is definitely an optical illusion genius! Working with found objects, Pras installs “anamorphic portraits” into a room. Only when viewed from a certain vantage point can the intended picture be seen.

Looking for a little color inspiration? Whether it’s a weathered seafoam green or an ocean blue, we love the look of teal. It has a way of creating an aura of beauty, elegance and chic sophistication. Decoratively, it can be styled to fit into any scheme ranging from vintage to contemporary sleek. Though it is Continue Reading

Winner of the TED 2011 Prize street artist, Josh Rubin believes that art can be used to change the world. With the city streets as his canvas, JR uses black and white photographic portraits to relay the untold stories of various people around the world. By pasting these pictures in the city streets, JR has turned hillsides into dramatic Continue Reading

Splinter Works has reinvented the traditional bathtub experience by combining the idea of lounging in a hammock with a contemporary aquatic design.

At first glance, these line drawings might resemble something your kid sister scribbled, but upon closer inspection, you realize that the drawings are in fact real furniture!

The hotel group Sand Hill Road has teamed with up with Techne’ Architects for their fifth collaboration, this time working to successfully transform a once iconic 1940s public house into a visually captivating Prahran Hotel design. In an attempt to give the building a much needed structural

Wishing you had an indoor swimming pool but thinking you’re a little short on space? We may have found a design solution that can solve all of your problems! Introducing Hydrofloors.

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