Take a look at this fabulous house in Buenos Aires, Argentina, designed by G2 Estudio — an Argentinean architecture studio, founded in 2002 by Dario Gallego and Hugo Gallego.
Volcanoes hold a fascination for people. They are, at the same time, a portal to below the earth’s crust and a deadly, though beautiful, force of nature. These projects draw on the mystique of volcanoes to create stunning architecture and attractions.
We were stunned by the creativity, imagination and forward thinking of these projects — all based on kites and flight. While Craig Green’s work for Moncler gives fashion another dimension, the Makani and Albedo projects offer a glimpse of what the future might hold for flight and energy. We hope all three will let your imagination take flight too.
Reflection has long been used in architecture and design. There are thousands and examples of the use of mirrors on buildings and in landscapes, we’ve chosen a few that we feel are particularly innovative and artful.
Prolific Swiss artist Claudia Comte is currently exhibiting striking new wall paintings in her show The Morphing Scallops, devoted solely to her painting and drawing practice. Running until February 16 at the Gladstone Gallery in New York, the art transforms the gallery space into a striking work of ever ever-morphing, syncopations of contour and form created to echo the ancient art of cave paintings and drawings, at the same time reflecting the conventions of the digital age. Squares, circles, golden sections, fractals rhythms and algorithms interact and synthesise, using a language of both mathematics and universal consciousness.
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