via designws.com | photo by Bo Stranden
German artist Tobias Rehberger has created in collaboration with Artek a comprehensive art installation called Nothing happens for a reason at the Logomo café. This is not the first cooperation by Rehberger and Artek.
In 2009, Tobias Rehberger was awarded with a Golden Lion for Best Artist at the Venice Biennale for the permanent installation he created for Palazzo delle Esposizioni in cooperation with Artek.
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via Yatzer™ | Nuremberg Trials by Tino Seubert
Great ideas don’t appear often and when they do, they certainly make the difference! This is the case of Tino Seubert (29.12.1986) a talented young designer from Germany that, having Italy as his base, is inspired by great historical moments for his creations.
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via owi.bz | photo by Van Leuven Bart
The private residence of architect Koen Heijse of the young Ghent based office Caan Architecten is a thoroughgoing paradox between minimalism and maximalism.
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circa 05/08/10 © Junichi Nakagawa
circa 04/21/10 © Junichi Nakagawa
Architect Junichi Nakagawa gained extensive experience both in the field and office. We have seen some of the well-executed projects when he was still working for a small “komuten” (a general contracting company) in Tokyo. Continue Reading
Photos courtesy of LEVEL Architects
When we take a look at an interesting project, this is the most fun part for us.
By the way, this foundation is beautiful!
© LEVEL Architects
We asked the architects what the biggest challenge was to design this house with a slide — or more precisely, ‘the slide house’.
“When we first met our client, their foremost request was to have a slide included in the design,” says Kazuki Nakamura, co-founder of LEVEL Architects in Tokyo.