amazing organic work! impeccable lighting! m. “The exhibition presented works which were inspired by the “idea of different types of palaces, from Versailles with its hall of mirrors, to Japan with its Zen aesthetic, to the Winter Palace in St Petersburg.”
strong gestural work from the 59 year old multidisciplinary german artist. m.
sweet loft design! m.
stellar sculpture/installation! m.
a beauty inside and out! m. The Blue Planet is Europe’s largest and most significant aquarium with an outstanding location on the shores of Øresund, only eight kilometres from the Copenhagen City Hall Square. Moreover, the aquarium in Taarnby Municipality is ideally located with motorways, Copenhagen Airport, the Øresund Bridge, Metro and international trains within few hundred meters.
stunning design by the by berlin-based studio. m.
nice use of varying materials and subtle colors. m.
terrific light and space work! m. RGB (red, green, blue) are the three primary colours of light. These three colours have informed the shape of the three sided form and the use of three separate light sources. The Primary installation explores the colour mixing of light as it illuminates a wall mounted cardboard structure. The wall mounted sculpture has been …
sharp prefab design! i want one! m.
loving the clarity and confidence of jonathan’s designs. m.
crisp open-plan design and the locale isn’t half bad either! m. The owners of this new residence, a married couple, lost their previous home in a forest fire near Boulder three years ago. After considering the options, they decided to head back into the burn zone, purchasing a steep site located in an area burned in the same fire. While …
creative well executed bowls inspired by the metro systems of amsterdam and new york. m.
killer print design from the swiss studio. m.
superb design! love the context! m.
superb minimalist exhibit/work! m. Artists: Daniel Buren, Tony Cragg, Tatsuo Miyajima Venue: Buchmann Galerie, Berlin
lovely work from the tokyo born artist who now resides in seattle. she exhibited in a gallery named SOIL that was next to my gallery in seattle in 2005-06. sharp work! m. 2100° / 451° is a short film capturing how Etsuko Ichikawa creates her signature series “Glass Pyrograph”, drawings made from the fire and smoke of hot, molten glass, …
beautiful black and white fashion shoot with splashes of color! m.
i would so love to do this! eco building design by norman foster. m.