What would outdoor art look like at -34C? The Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel gives us the answer by leaving his artistic mark in one of the coldest places in the world: the Lake Sajsary in Yakutsk, Siberia.
Take a stroll in any city and too often, what could be a beautiful city-scape is ruined by thoughtless design when it comes to street furniture. Too many ugly signs, barriers, lamp posts, traffic islands, and benches litter streets to create a confusing picture that can mask stunning architecture.
Many designers, artists and architects are inspired by the Möbius — the non-orientable mathematical surface made up of only one side, with its inherent lack of interior or exterior. It was originally discovered — and named after, the German mathematician Augustus Möbius who lived and studied in the 18th and 19th century. Here we select three of our favourite current projects that use the Möbius in their design.
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