Archive for March, 2011

31 March 2011

Metronomy new video The Look by Lorenzo Fonda

Pure joy. It makes no sense, but I love it.

Via It’s Nice That.

30 March 2011

Kosmonaut by Victor Ash in Kreuzberg, Berlin

Par l’artiste graffeur français Victor Ash.

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By the French graffiti artist Victor Ash.

Via anarchitecture.

30 March 2011

Six Architects posters by Andrea Gallo

Via Archdaily.


30 March 2011

Arc en ciel project by Bernard Buhler Architects in Bordeaux, France

Architizer editor’s pick of the day grabs my attention today. A colorful project, curvy and ambiguous in its use (it is in fact residential and commercial). I like the color-transparency effect, but I’m still not sure I would like to live there everyday… It’s a great urban project, that looks and express itself more like a public project (a library, a school, etc.). By Bernard Buhler Architects.

Via Architizer.

29 March 2011

Architecture 3d type design by Chris Labrooy

Interesting 3d type design by Chris Labrooy… 3d creations on Oscar Niemeyer, Tadao Ando, Toyo Ito, Frank Ghery, Zara Hadid… impressive !

Oscar Niemeyer

Tadao Ando

Toyo Ito

Frank Ghery

Zaha Hadid

29 March 2011

Gerry Judah artworks

Gerry Judah’s paintings are a direct response to conflict across the globe, and the impact of that violence, whether it is the consequence of war or natural disaster. At the same time, he is fascinated by changing urban landscape, and his paintings explore the dynamic of construction and destruction. It is hard to look at his work without reflecting on conflict in the Middle East whether that be Afghanistan, Iraq or recent months in Gaza.” – Text by Jenny Blyth.

Watch a vimeo on his work here.

Via triangulation blog.

25 March 2011

Pen and ink drawings by Sagaki Keita

Stunning. By Sagaki Keita from Tokyo.

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25 March 2011

Metropol Parasol by Jürgen Mayer H. (opening soon !)

Looks like Metropol Parasol is showing up some of its wood ! I want to go there again to see that… wow.

Jürgen Mayer H.‘s Metropol Parasol is officially open next week — March 27th, 2011. Marking the redevelopment of the Plaza de la Encarnacíon, from parking garage turned archeological site turned cultural icon, the Metropol Parasol will be a new urban center for the residents of Seville. It’s also a stunning example of parametric design on a large scale. (Interestingly, the project was financed half by the city of Seville and half by FinnForest-Merk, FFM, the largest European contractor of advanced wooden structures.)

Via Architizer.

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