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Sydney Artist Mylyn Nguyen Creates Superb Architectural Miniatures

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Mylyn Nguyen, a Sydney artist, began her career by creating miniature paper dolls with their own matchbox homes complete with paper blankets and pillows. She has since expanded her passion into an impressive collection of miniature buildings and houses. Continue reading »

In the Secluded Grandeur of Copenhagen’s Former Underground Water Reservoir, Japanese Architect Hiroshi Sambuichi Unfolds a Contemplative Installation Entitled ‘The Water’

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Sambuichi transforms the Cisternerne into a light and shadow sanctuary, inviting visitors to an underground journey. The installation, photographed by Rasmus Hjortshøj, is ‘a journey through an underground sea of light and darkness’. Continue reading »

The Art of Minimalism in Photography by Marcus Cederberg

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Photographer Marcus Cederberg has spent nearly ten years meticulously observing the architectural details that surround him. He is drawn to geometric forms, eye-catching windows, and vibrant color schemes. Continue reading »

A Museum Designed by Zaha Hadid Architects Has Opened in Chengdu, China

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Absolutely, the Chengdu Science Fiction Museum is an architectural gem designed by the renowned Zaha Hadid Architects. Continue reading »

The Designer Showed a Fictonal Branded LEGO Set with An Ordinary St. Petersburg House

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The set contains funny situations, various passages and everyday moments familiar to the inhabitants of the big cities of our vast country. Unfortunately, it is not possible to buy such a set – so far it is only a concept. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Photos Captured Inside the WTC’s Windows on the World, the Most Spectacular Restaurant in the World

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In 1976, a unique dining experience was born in the heart of New York City. Perched on the 107th floor of the North Tower of the World Trade Center, Windows on the World opened its doors to the public. The restaurant quickly gained fame for its floor-to-ceiling windows that offered breathtaking views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New Jersey. Continue reading »

Photographer Fyodor Savintsev Captures ‘The Dacha’, A Unique Soviet Phenomenon

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The ‘dacha’, a wooden country house, holds a special place in the hearts of those from the former USSR. Continue reading »

From Beer to Bricks: The Innovative Journey of Heineken’s WOBO Bottle

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In the early 1960s, Dutch businessman Alfred “Freddy” Heineken visited the Caribbean islands, then known as the Dutch Antilles. Amidst the beauty of the islands, he found an unexpected source of inspiration: discarded garbage, including empty beer bottles. This sparked a unique idea in his mind – transforming glass beer bottles into building bricks. Continue reading »

The Superb Futuristic Architectural Concepts by Alexander Zhidkov

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Acclaimed Ukrainian architectural visionary, Alexander Zhidkov, weaves a distinct fusion of contemporary design cues with timeless traditional motifs, crafting unparalleled architectural masterpieces. From urban centers to serene rural landscapes, Alexander’s design footprint showcases his adaptive and diverse approach to architectural expression. Continue reading »

The Absolutely Minimalist and Epic Generative Architectural Inspirations by Jean Jacques Balzac

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An anonymous artist named Jean Jacques Balzac (most likely a pseudonym) uses AI to create impressive and minimalistic architectural subjects. Unfortunately, these magnificent structures don’t exist in real life. It’s a shame. Continue reading »

The Chapel of Sound: Where Architecture Meets Acoustics in Nature’s Embrace

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Deep in the heart of a mountain valley near Chengde, not far from the bustling city of Beijing, lies a hidden gem that has captured the attention of architecture and music enthusiasts alike. It’s called the Chapel of Sound. Continue reading »

Stunning Photos from Shortlist of The World Architecture Festival 2023

Projects from various categories such as religion, energy, transport and health have made it to the 2023 shortlist of the World Architecture Festival. The festival will take place in Singapore between 29 November and 1 December this year, where the shortlisted entries will compete for awards by presenting their projects to a panel of 140 judges.

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Panda Tower by Shanghai United Design Group Co., Ltd. Photograph: AKA_SK8Simon Continue reading »

SLAS Architects’ Innovative Design for a Public Space That Combines Leisure, Play, and Fitness

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What can you do with a concrete platform? A lot, if you ask SLAS architects, the Polish firm that designed a stunning public space under the name “Activity Zone in Chorzów”. Continue reading »

Beautiful Illustrations of Ranch Houses, An Icons of Comfortable Outdoor Lifestyle in the 1930s and Beyond

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Imagine a cozy home that hugs the ground and welcomes you with a spacious layout. That’s a ranch house, a one-story wonder that blends indoor and outdoor living. These homes stretch out in an L or U shape, with a gentle roof that doesn’t block the view. Continue reading »

Bridging the Gap between Architecture and Artistic Realism with Quatre Caps

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At Quatre Caps, a collective of passionate architects, their mission is to share their unique vision of architectural visualization. Through their expertise in creating stunning 3D images that evoke the essence of photography while maintaining architectural accuracy, they bring the realms of photography, architecture, painting, cinema, and arts together. Continue reading »

Lost in Translation: Reddit User Explores Misspelled Wonders of the World with Midjourney

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How would the world’s wonders appear if their names were spelled incorrectly? To answer this intriguing question, Reddit user mossymayn sought the assistance of Midjourney AI, and the outcomes are hilariously outrageous. Which of these would you most like to visit? Share your thoughts in the comments section below! Continue reading »

Rediscovering Childhood Magic: Designer Kirill Kruglov’s ‘My Outskirts’ Coloring Book

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In a world dominated by technology and virtual experiences, it’s refreshing to stumble upon a project that brings back the joys of childhood and encourages creativity beyond screens. Designer Kirill Kruglov has introduced an intriguing project called “My Outskirts,” a captivating coloring book aimed at those who grew up under a monotonous gray sky. Let’s delve into the fascinating details of this nostalgic masterpiece. Continue reading »

The Revolutionary Concept of Inflatable Skyscrapers Paving the Way for a Sustainable Future in Urban Landscapes

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In a world where architecture and sustainability intersect, the research-based practice ZUMO has taken a leap into the future with their AI-generated series of inflatable skyscrapers. These towering structures, visualized by Midjourney, are not just a figment of imagination but a vision of what our urban landscapes could become. Continue reading »

From Stonehenge to the Taj Mahal: Ai-Artist Envisions an Inflatable Future for Iconic Monuments

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Get ready to witness architectural marvels like never before! In her latest project, ai-artist Joann has given the world’s most iconic landmarks an inflatable twist. From the Eiffel Tower to the Taj Mahal, the Pyramids of Giza, and Stonehenge, the Midjourney series brings a playful and whimsical touch to these timeless structures. Continue reading »

Synthesizing Classical Tradition with Contemporary Architecture: The Unique Vertical Sphinx in Cairo

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Fran Silvestre Arquitectos has designed an awe-inspiring vertical Sphinx house located on the northern coast of Egypt that is sure to capture the imagination of anyone who appreciates innovative architectural design. This unique project is situated just a short distance from the Mediterranean Sea, allowing for breathtaking views from the upper levels of the proposal. Continue reading »

Revitalizing the Heritage of Socialist Modernism: BACU’s Online Initiative to Protect Central and Eastern European Architecture

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Preserving the monumental yet decaying structures of central and eastern Europe erected between 1955-91 is the mission of the online initiative, Socialist Modernism, created by the Bureau for Art and Urban Research (BACU). With an aim to revitalize this heritage, BACU believes in the significance of these elements which managed to defy some of the ideological requirements of their time, giving the urban space a distinct flavor characteristic of the socialist period. Continue reading »

Photographer and Urban Explorer Caputerd The Most Beautiful Venetian Doors

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Dimitri Bourriau (previously featured), known professionally as Jahz Design, is a graphic designer-turned-photographer with a deep passion for history and architectural remains. His work focuses on exploring the ruins of the past and observing the effects of time on architecture, drawing attention to the ephemeral memory of our constantly changing civilization. Continue reading »

Exploring the Delicious Slices of London: A Look at Cafes from the 1980s

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In Peter Marshall’s second collection of photographs capturing the cafes of London between 1980 and 1990, we are transported back to a time before chain coffee shops dominated the high street. Mo’s, Maggie’s, Ivy’s, Pegy’s and more, these cafes offered a glimpse into a simpler era, prior to the plethora of styles and flavors available today. Continue reading »

These Buildings Drawn On Pieces Of Cardboard To Create A 3D Effect By A 5th-Year Student Of Architecture

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A young 5th-year student in architecture from Libya has discovered an inexpensive material to create amazing artwork. Ebtehal Salah uses a product like cardboard, which is discounted by many as a cheap material. By slicing through the cardboard, she has turned it into a 3D canvas and uses it to create art representing architecture. Continue reading »

Temple of Boom: A Vivid Tribute to The Parthenon

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The National Gallery of Victoria just unveiled ‘Temple of Boom’, an exuberant replica of The Parthenon in the heart of Melbourne, Australia. Continue reading »