Glass has been used in a decorative form for centuries and today it’s still a popular medium. Here are some latest projects from artists around the world that use glass to full advantage.
Constructed as extravagant, ornamental editions to landscaped gardens since the 16th century, architectural follies have evolved as spaces where humans are free to unlock their imaginations, relax and contemplate the universe. And today, architects are still creating fanciful constructions that understand these human needs.
The huge carpet of ceramic poppies created by Paul Cummins and Tom Piper, originally exhibited in 2014 at the Tower of London to commemorate one hundred years since the first full day of Britain’s involvement in the First World War, is back – now cascading down the walls of Carlisle Castle until July 8th.
If you really love beautiful design and inspiring architecture, why not immerse yourself in it while enjoying a holiday? We’ve already told you about the unique, new contemporary art gallery IK LAB, constructed from living trees, which has just opened in the grounds of the eco–friendly Azulik resort in the beachside town of Tulum in Mexico and we loved the idea of holiday architecture so much we’ve researched some more stunning destinations for you to put on your bucket list.
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