Patience is a virtue. You can just imagine how much patience Israeli artist Michal Taharlev had when he created his series of work called Holes in the Memory. Taharlev conscientiously poked a needle through a canvas to come up with tiny dots that provide the details of old family photos.
Japan-based studio Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects designed House H located in Matsudo, Tokyo.
Swiss studio Pure Concept designed the Chalet Brickell, a luxurious guest house located in Megève in France.
Check out these fascinating sculptures created by Miami-based artist Augusto Esquivel using various sewing buttons of different shapes, sizes and colors. Esquivel makes use of a fishing line where he intricately places each button, and the results are fantastic!
This picturesque property from the 1600s is located in an Old Town neighborhood of Stockholm in Sweden.
Its interior is surprisingly fresh and furnished with lively colors. In summary, this 112 square meter apartment attic has 3 bedrooms and a wonderful view of the city.
Kollgáta Architecture designed this intimate relaxing café situated in the middle of a Botanical Garden in Akureyri, Iceland.
Is there anyone out there who wasn’t addicted at all to popping bubble wraps? In this case, our addiction should be set aside for a while and check out how New York-based artist Bradley Hart has come up with a series of portraits using our precious bubble wraps. Each bubble is injected with acrylic paint and after a delicate process, stunning pixelated illustrations are created.
Gray Organschi Architecture, a studio based in Connecticut, designed the addition of a small guest cottage in Long Island.
São Paulo-based firm Terra e Tuma Architects designed the Maracanã House. A simple contemporary home built in the middle of a bustling metropolis of Lapa, in São Paulo Brazil.
French studio Lode Architecture designed house D. This split-level home is a sophisticated mixture of contrasting facades. The surrounding glass surface reflect its surroundings, creating the camouflaged effect while the rough texture of the siding imitates the surrounding forest.