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Disintegrating by Fabian Oefner

In his work, Swiss visual artist Fabian Oefner likes to bring together the fields of art and science. Creating stunning images that capture events normally invisible to the human eye, his creation process usually involves phenomena such as sound waves, centrifugal forces, iridescence, fire and even magnetic ferrofluids, which aim to expose the beauty hidden in the minute and fleeting aspects of the world around us.

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Paul Smith’s Cast-Iron Fronted Store In London

British designer Paul Smith is renowned for his passion for collecting objects of all kinds, showcased throughout his beautiful revamped store in London, UK.

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Sections of the Guide

Matthew Lyons Illustration. Poised I’m ready to wield my flailing limbs. There is only one place I could be. In the disco and humans want to have a pop with other humanoids. Cramp crusty dance floor it’s clammy, only a thimble full of room to flail. In the olden days they had room to spread engineered eagle eyed choreographed joint bending to the stretching. Sensual shuffling is our best. Tucked away too long on a cluttered cramped world wide web our ideas all the same. Just met Ethel and she supplies streamlined silky small talk questions.

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The Shell Chair Project

On the occasion of its 50th anniversary and International Contemporary Furniture Fair, the perpetually innovative Shell Chair serves as a foil for Maharam’s diverse range of textiles, including homespun wool textures, re-editioned designs of the Wiener Werkstätte and Alexander Girard, and collaborations with Hella Jongerius and Paul Smith.

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Urban body artists rock the Caldera

At the Red Bull Art of Motion competition on the Greek island of Santorini, 18 of the world’s best urban artists attempted to blend art and sports together against the stunning backdrop of Firostefani, perched on the rocky cliffs of the world famous Caldera. Rooftops, domes, terraces and swimming pools made up the 200-meter long course with a height differential of 50 meters that the athletes had to master within a 90 seconds time limit.

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Villa Escarpa by Mario Martins

Words from the architect: Villa Escarpa is located near the village of Praia da Luz, in the district of Lagos, Algarve, in the South of Portugal. A condition of the planning permission was that the new house be constructed in the space occupied by a previous building. This had little architectural or technical merit, but was located in an exceptional position on an escarpment overlooking the Algarve coastline and village of Praia da Luz. The footprint was therefore predetermined; on a very steep slope, and exposed to the prevailing winds.

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Poised Table by Paul Cocksedge

It is made of a thousand pounds of rolled steel, precariously balanced. Gentlemen, let us introduce you to the Poised Table by Paul Cocksedge.

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LEGO® Architecture Studio New Kit

Bring your architectural creations to life in LEGO® form with LEGO Architecture Studio. In this amazing set you get over 1200 LEGO bricks and an inspirational guidebook filled with 272 pages of tips, techniques, features, and intuitive hands-on exercises endorsed by leading design houses. LEGO Architecture Studio gives you everything you need to create your very own unique buildings.  Let your imagination guide your design!

Use the monochromatic bricks to help you learn the fundamentals of architectural design in a LEGO context.

 

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