An Architect Who Illustrates The Secret Life Of Giants In The Streets Of Turkish Cities

According to an artist Hakan Keleş: “I am an architect, academician and illustrator living in Turkey. I started to draw big characters on street photos I took with my smartphone, named “Lilliputs series”. The name comes from the novel “Gulliver’s Travels”, the city of dwarfs. Here, we, real people, become dwarfs. Some of them are kind of monsters, some of them are influenced from real people and the others are a bit humorous. They are from different urban areas I visited in Turkey.” Continue reading »

Architect Couple Turns Cardboard Boxes Into Stackable Cat Fort

We all know that cats love cardboard boxes. This Taiwanese brand called Cat Thing took them to another level by creating a collection with a modern design, where a modular docking system allows to build an awesome city to be set up for felines. Continue reading »

Czech-Born Architect And Photographer Jan Vranovsky Captures Fascinating Minimalist Images Of Japanese Urban Spaces

Jan Vranovsky is a Czech-born architect, designer and photographer currently living in Tokyo. His series Parallel World is a visual record of contemporary Japanese urban spaces. Interested in how architecture defines the face of the city, his photographs focus on tiny backstreets and alleys, as opposed to architecture with conceptual and aesthetic ambitions. Continue reading »

An Architect Creates This Stunning Address Book Swimming Pool

On display at the Brazilian modern art museum Inhotim (a giant botanical garden and outdoor gallery in the midst of the jungle). swimming pool by Jorge Macchi. Continue reading »

Architect Imagines The Homes Of Fairy Tale Characters

Illustrator and architect Federico Babina has a love for fairy tales and he decided to use them as inspiration for some of his latest illustrations. He says that his latest pictures are a tribute to the fairy tale universe where architecture is often reinvented. Continue reading »

An Architect In France Has Designed A Concrete Pool Table For Public Spaces

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French architect Gwendal Le Bihan, has designed Urban Pool, a concrete pool table for public spaces. Continue reading »

An Architect Created a Futuristic Alpine Hotel Concept

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According to Armin Senoner, Italian architect: “My Diploma is a semiological project applied on the program of a hotel as such reflects very significant difference in terms of comfort demand within the same class. The subclassification into three classes, namely economy, business and superior is a consequence of the social establishment and wealth distribution.” Continue reading »

Architect Daniel Libeskind’s Steel Wedge Bursts Through the Redesigned Museum in Dresden

A metal wedge designed by U.S. architect Daniel Libeskind protrudes from the Bundeswehr Military History Museum in Dresden, Germany, Oct. 13. After seven years of renovations according to his plans, the new exhibition with 10,500 exhibits from 700 years of military history opens tomorrow, Oct. 14. (Matthias Hiekel / EPA) Continue reading »